|Adult Literacy Action Penn State Beaver||Free adult basic education classes taught by certified teachers are available at convenient times and locations throughout Beaver County. Adult services include: *GED preparation; *Educational skills assessment; *Computer assisted learning; *Math, reading and writing brush-up; *Individualized instruction; *Workforce education; *English for Speakers of Other Languages; *Institutional Basic Education at Beaver County Jail.||Beaver||Adult Literacy Action Penn State Beaver||Adult Literacy Action Penn State Beaver|
|Community Action - Adult Education / Career Development||Helps individuals prepare for the General Educational Development (GED) Test by providing instruction that improves reading, math and computer skills; enhances job readiness; and encourages career exploration or advanced training options. Support services and case management are also available. Tutors provided on a case-by-case basis.||Jefferson||Community Action||Community Action|
|Community Action - Building Economic Success Together||Recruits and mentors high school dropouts to obtain a GED and develop career plans. Individuals must be actively seeking employment or better employment. Child care, transportation, and training assistance may be available.||Jefferson||Community Action||Community Action|
|Corry Higher Education Council - Adult Education and Workforce Training||The Corry Higher Education Council provides or facilitates the availability of adult education and workforce training opportunities. This includes such programs as: Free GED or HiSET preparation classes for those without a high school diploma; Adult Basic Education Classes for those with a diploma but who want to further their skills in reading, writing and math; basic computer classes such as Microsoft Word, Excel and QuickBooks; workforce skill classes that can lead to entry-level jobs in such areas as welding, machining and blueprint reading; and the opportunity to earn a college degree from Mercyhurst University in Corry, in Business Administration or Liberal Arts. The Hi-Ed can provide financial assistance for work-skills related classes for those with a financial need, and also makes available adult college scholarships. The Hi-Ed also hosts Pennsylvania CareerLink services.||Erie||Corry Higher Education Council - Adult Education and Workforce Training||Corry Higher Education Council|
|Educational Consortium of the Upper Allegheny||Mission is to bring low cost, open admission, and technical education to an 11 county region. ||Warren||Educational Consortium of the Upper Allegheny||Educational Consortium of the Upper Allegheny|
|Jefferson County - DuBois Area Vocational Technical School - Adult Programs||Jeff Tech offers a wide range of Adult Education opportunities including: Adult Integrated Programs (full time), Online Courses, Short Courses & Workshops and our Practical Nursing Program.||Jefferson||Jefferson County - DuBois Area Vocational Technical School||Jefferson County - DuBois Area Vocational Technical School|
|Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit # 5 - Quality of Life Learning Center - Adult Education & GED Prep||A variety of adult education opportunities, including basic reading, writing and math skills; High School Equivalency Exam preparation, and English as a Second Language (ESL).
More information is available on Facebook at www.facebook.com/iu5adulted.||Erie||Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit # 5 -Quality of Life Learning Center||Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit #5|
|Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: McKean County Career Link: Adult Basic Education (GED Support)||Students can brush up on skills in reading, writing, math, social studies, and science in preparation for the GED test or as they seek to enter or advance in employment. Distance learning also is available.||McKean||Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9: McKean County Career Link: Adult Basic Education (GED Support)||Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9|
|University of Pittsburgh at Bradford: Continuing Education and Regional Development ||Provides adults and youth with opportunities for work training, professional development, and personal enrichment that are affordable and accessible. Many youth camps are available in the summer months as well. ||McKean||University of Pittsburgh at Bradford: Continuing Education and Regional Development||University of Pittsburgh|
|Workshops and classes - Firetree Place||Variety of workshops and classes for adults and teens. Please contact them directly for current offerings.
Past examples include:
Career Club for Teens
Basic Car & Home Repair
Work Readiness/Job Search
Computer Classes||Lycoming||Firetree Place - Williamsport||Firetree Place|