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Class schedules and locations support students’ success by offering a variety of hours and locations that accommodate students’ transportation and scheduling parameters. Classes are offered in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings at various locations, such as Broadview Learning Center, Ivy Tech, Crestmont Community Center, WorkOne, Monroe County Public Library, Monroe County Jail, and on-site at employers’ workplaces. For information about class registration dates and times, call us at (812) 330-7731 or visit our website at www.mccsc.edu/adulted.
Our mission is to empower adults and out-of- school youth to enhance career opportunities, further their education, and become global citizens. We serve students who are at least 16 years of age and not attending high school, either because they already graduated or left high school before graduating. The core elements of our adult education program are education, training, and employment . Achieving these core elements have immediate impact on the adults themselves and lasting impact on their families.
Programs of Service
English Language Learning classes: we help students develop skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening in the English language. Students also learn American customs, culture, and aspects of civic participation. Adult Basic Education classes: we teach students skills and knowledge in reading, writing, math, science, and/or social studies to help them earn the Indiana High School Equivalency Diploma, place into post- secondary education (e.g., college, military, apprenticeships), and/or upgrade skills for employment. WorkIndiana and Integrated Education & Training classes: students can enhance their employability by earning industry-recognized certifications in high- wage, in-demand occupations.
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