Are you interested in improving your reading, math, or language skills? Do you need to earn your GED®? Do you know someone who is working to improve their English skills? Southeast Community College’s Adult Education program is offering open enrollment classes throughout southeast Nebraska to help you reach your educational goals!
Adult Education is a federally funded program to help adults improve their lives by participating in classes in Basic Skills, Workplace Literacy, GED® Preparation, U.S. Citizenship, and English as a Second Language. Classes are in many southeast Nebraska locations. Individual tutoring and online classes also are available. There is a $20 annual registration fee.
For more information about enrolling in class, becoming a volunteer tutor, or to arrange a program about Adult Education for your club or organization, contact the Adult Education Office at SCC’s Beatrice Campus at 800-233-5027, ext. 1236.
Some definition of terms:
GED®: High school equivalency preparation provides adults, 16 years and older and not enrolled in secondary schools, an opportunity to prepare for the GED® tests and earn a Nebraska high school diploma.
English as a Second Language: Classes are offered for individuals who want to improve their ability to speak, read, write, and understand the English language.
Citizenship: SCC offers classes to prepare adults to become a citizen of the United States. Information is provided on the application process, interview process, rights and responsibilities of citizenship, history of the United States, and structure of the U.S. government.
Basic Skills: Adult Education classes can help individuals improve their math, reading or writing skills for a job, to continue their education, or for self-satisfaction.