Adult education programs allow adults to enhance their basic skills to prepare for College and Job Training Courses. Many of these classes can be taken at community colleges. Read this article to find out why adults take these classes.
Work study is a type of college program that gives students part-time jobs. Work study programs combine the classroom with firsthand job experience. You can find if your school provides work study opportunities by asking the financial aid office.
Basic skills are the skills required for being a competitive job candidate. Plus, they help you with your personal everyday activities such as communicating and decision-making. They are the basis for more advanced skills.
Workforce and education partners across the state work together to develop a college and career-ready workforce. They each have a role in ensuring their customers have the skills employer's need.
Have you ever been in a club or other group at a school you went to? If so, you've been in a student organization!
A student organization is what it sounds like – a group of students brought together by a common interest or goal. They go by many different names, like clubs and associations, but they're effectively the same thing.