As seen on KARK’s story at the link above, Mr. Howard is a great success story! He earned his Career Readiness Certification (CRC) through our adult education classes offered at Goodwill Industries of Arkansas while participating in their Transitional Employment Opportunity (TEO) Program.
To find out how you can earn your Career Readiness Certification, click here!
Be sure to attend Goodwill’s Re-entry Job & Resource Fair on October 5!
Click here to learn more.
The Pulaski County Special School District Adult Education Program is starting a new Home School Program!
This program will be designed to help both the student and the parent and/or guardian. Our goals are to have the student pass the GED or obtain a High School Diploma as well as help parents with instruction to guide their child while they are off campus or at home. We will provide one classroom for the home school student and one for the parent or guardian. Both rooms will have teachers and computers to help aid instruction.
For more information, contact:
Jolla Robinson, PCSSD Adult Education Coordinator
1 (501) 945-6055
Did you know that we now offer free GED Prep courses at Pulaski Technical College?
Read about it here: Free GED Classes Open Doors for Students
“Higher education means a better job and more money. If you learn more, you earn more. By participating in free classes, a person has the ability to earn up to $8,000 more every year. We serve adults that want to continue their education, enhance their workforce skills, and get a second chance at life,” said Jim Smith with the Arkansas Department of Career Education on “THV 11 This Morning” this week.
You can watch the video or read more of this story by clicking here:
Free Adult Education Classes on THV This Morning, June 19, 2014
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The Pulaski County Adult Education Program provides free instruction to adults functioning between 3rd and 12th-grade levels and assist them in improving their educational skills, preparing for the GED Tests, or preparing for postsecondary standardized entrance exams. The program is certified through the Pulaski County Special School District.
Fundamental educational services are offered under the umbrella of Pulaski County Adult Education. The GED Program is essential for high school dropouts to obtain a GED for job placement and advancement. The WAGE Program (Workforce Alliance for Growth in the Economy) offers FREE training and basic skills improvement for those who need to update their skills for the new job market. English as a Second Language (ESL) is offered for immigrants who wish to improve their English language skills both oral and written.