The Four County Career Center Aspire Program is again offering free Adult Basic Education / GED Preparation Courses at locations in Wauseon, Defiance, Bryan and at the school near Archbold. The courses include High School Equivalency (HSE) test preparation (formerly known as the GED), which is a recognized alternative to a traditional high school diploma.
During Aspire classes, adults practice skills that will allow them to transition to their next chapter in life. Topics include reading, math, and language to help earn an HSE/GED, enter a skills training program, enter college, obtain a job, and/or retain a current job. Classes are free and materials are furnished.
All participants must complete a two-day orientation and testing at the start of class. Orientation sessions begin July 30 th and continue through August. Registration is requested.
For more information or to register for Aspire classes, please call Four County Career Center Adult Education at (419) 267-2242 or email email@example.com.
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