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Pulaski County Adult Education has reopened for in-person testing and instruction!
You can view all of our locations, hours, and contact information here.
Please contact your individual site prior to arrival to schedule an appointment or learn of any specific health requirements. Masks and a health screening are required to enter all sites.
Distance Learning is still available as well!
For questions, more information, or to schedule GED tests, please call our main center at (501) 945-6055 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Delta Dental of Arkansas, voted one of Arkansas’ Best Places to Work seven years in a row, is seeking full-time Customer Service Representatives.
Some of the few great benefits that Delta Dental offers are:
- Competitive pay with bonus opportunities
- Affordable insurance for you and your family
- Employer paid short term disability, long term disability, and life insurance
- Education assistance
- 401(k) matching and profit sharing plan
They are currently looking to fill positions at their Sherwood location with a schedule of 10:30 am-7:00 pm or 9:30 am-6:00 pm. This position is Monday-Friday and is off on all major holidays!
Diamond State Vocational School is reopening soon and will be holding two recruitment events on August 1st and August 8th.
Diamond State Apprentices earn a wage while learning a trade!
If you’re interested in attending, please click the PDF linked below for more information, to request a phone call from a Diamond State Administrator, or apply for one of the Recruitment and Application Sessions.
For more information, call (501) 615 – 8278 and ask for Don Smith or Jarrod DuPriest
The Pulaski County Adult Education Program will be closed for Summer Break from June 29 – July 9, 2020.
We will return on Monday, July 13.
Continue Your Education from Home!
We are committed to continuing to provide instruction to our students. If you’re currently enrolled with Pulaski County Adult Education, or were enrolled last school year (2018-2019), you’re invited to participate in ‘Distance Learning’!
To learn more, fill out the form below and we will get in touch with you!
Assistance with Internet Access:
- Comcast– Free Internet Essentials for 2 months for eligible families until June 30.
- Spectrum Internet– Free internet & WiFi for 2 months if enrolled by June 30th.
- Cox Communications– Offers Connect2Compete affordable internet program, but your household must have at least one K-12 student and participate in a government assistance program. Through June 30, Cox will not terminate service and will waive late fees. Discounted, refurbished equipment is also available through their PCs for People.
- AT&T– ‘Access from AT&T’ for eligible families, including free installation and in-home Wi-Fi, no annual contract, and no deposit for $10/month. They are also waiving late fees and overage charges through June 30, if you notify them..
- Suddenlink– Free Altice Advantage 30 Mbps broadband with a discounted installation fee until June 30th for households with K-12 and/or college students, then $14.99/month.
- Arkansas Covid-19 Food Access: School meals, Food Pantries and Community Meals
- The City of Little Rock provides meals to go to anyone 18 & under on weekdays. Find more information here.
- Central Arkansas COVID-19 Food Access Guide for Students and Families
- LR Interfaith Food Security & Worker Relief Initiative Request for Assistance
- The USDA National Hunger Hotline can help anyone seeking food assistance.
Arkansas Revenue Dept. Services/MyDMV – Available online services include registering a vehicle, ordering a replacement driver’s license, and ordering a personalized license plate along with many additional services.
Temporary Unemployment Claims Hotlines: 1-844-908-2187 or 501-534-6304
New Arkansas Unemployment Website- for federal Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) here seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. You can also file by calling 1- 844-908-2178 between 6 a.m. – 4 p.m. This is a federal program for people who are not eligible for regular state unemployment benefits, extended benefits or Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation, and are unemployed, partially unemployed, or unable to work due to COVID-19. This includes:
- -Self-employed workers
- -Independent contractors
- -Non-profit employees
- -Gig economy workers
- -Individuals working for employers exempt from the regular UI program
- -Part-time workers without enough work history to qualify for regular UI benefits
- -Individuals impacted by COVID-19 but not eligible for regular UI benefits due to a prior disqualification
IRS Free Tax Filing Options Both federal and Arkansas State tax filing deadlines were extended from April 15, 2020, to July 15, 2020. Depending on your income, you may qualify for free tax filing services via