GED Prep Program

Youth GED Program

Now accepting new students

About the Course

Our Youth GED® program is designed for young adults between the ages of 16 and 24.  It provides hands-on and classroom education as an alternative pathway for students to realize their full potential and obtain their diploma. Goodwill’s test prep program is free to all eligible participants and includes supportive services with career and financial counseling.

This program is In partnership with Tacoma Public Schools, Longview Public Schools and Kelso School District.

What Do You Cover?

This class offers structured curriculum delivered by qualified basic skills instructors focusing on:

  • Language arts
  • Social studies
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Reading comprehension
  • Writing skills

Am I Eligible?

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Ages 16-24
  • Currently not enrolled in a high school program
  • Has not graduated from high school AND is significantly deficient in credits
  • Have missed their graduation cohort
  • Internet connected device (assistance may be available)

Benefits

  • Online Learning
  • Resource Connections
  • Career and vocational planning
  • Financial assistance to pay for the GED exam

Schedule

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GED Prep Program is available online through Goodwill Connect – our new Digital Work Opportunity Center. Students are assessed prior to enrollment and the Goodwill Youth Services team generates an individualized plan based on each student’s unique interests and goals.

Enrollment is ongoing
Email: ged@goodwillwa.org
or
Text: “DWOC Connect” to 565-12

Adult GED Program

Now accepting new students

About the Course

Adults that are interested in earning their General Education Development (GED®) to enhance their career goals or obtain a secondary education, can attend our quarterly classes designed to help then prepare for the GED tests. This class offers structured curriculum delivered by qualified basic skills instructors focusing on:

  • Language Arts
  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Writing Skills
  • Communication
  • Employability Skills
  • Digital Literacy

What Do I Receive?

  • Assistance with all four subjects (Math, Language Arts, Social Studies & Science)
  • Transportation assistance available
  • Resource connections
  • Online Learning
  • Supportive Staff
  • Testing fees waived

Schedule

Offered Quarterly:

Class Begins: Sept 28th, 2020
Monday-Friday

Register:
Email TransitionalStudies@cptc.edu or
Call 253.589.5524

Classes will be offered on-line only at this time.

Requirements: Age 18 or older & lack of high school diploma

Questions?

Partners

Tacoma Public Schools logo
Longview Public Schools logo
Kelso School District logo