Adult Open House At Buckeye Career Center
Tomorrows event, for part-time and full-time adult education programs is intended for recent high school graduates, adults interested in earning a GED or high school diploma, adults wanting to start a new career, or even adults hoping to learn additional skills or earn industry credentials.
Instructors will talk about their programs and also BCCs career enhancement programs, apprenticeships, and specialized training offerings.
The event runs from 4:30 pm to 6 pm and admissions representatives will also be available to discuss the application process and review financial aid options.
Those who attend the open house will have their $50 full-time program registration fee waived.
For more information, please call the Buckeye Career Center Adult Education office at 330-339-2288.
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Buckeye Career Center To Host Adult Education Open House
Buckeye Career Center will host an Adult Education Open House on June 7 for prospective adult students. The event, which highlights full-time and part-time adult education programs, runs from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the cafeteria at Buckeye Career Center.
The open house is open to recent high school graduates and adults interested in earning a GED or high school diploma, adults wanting to start a new career, or even adults hoping to learn additional skills or earn industry credentials. Instructors of the nine full-time programs will be on-hand to discuss their programs with attendees.
Admissions representatives will also be available to talk about the application process and review financial aid options with potential students. With the current employment climate, Adult Education Director Frank Polen encourages anyone who is considering BCC to learn more about the offerings.
“Everywhere you look, employers are advertising for skilled labor. Each of our full-time programs lead to career skills and industry credentials, said Polen. There are numerous ways to help fund your education at BCC, including grants and scholarships, making for an affordable and viable postsecondary option. By attending this event, you will be able to gain valuable information to impact your future.”
Making It Possible For Adults To Continue Their Education
The average Buckeye Career Center Adult Education student receives approximately $4,000 in financial assistance leaving $3,400 in tuition cost for the student to pay, which often is a challenge within a family budget.
This opportunity for an improved quality of life comes with expenses that are daunting for most. Adults wishing to further their education find it difficult to balance work, family, and the added expense of tuition. Unfortunately subsidized funds for training have all but disappeared.
Friends of Adult Education exists to help bridge that gap and make it possible for adults to continue their education.
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