POWELL, Wyo. - Northwest College’s Adult Education Program will offer special classes on three Saturdays in March for anyone who meets educational requirements and is in a hurry to attain their GED.
Classes will be held in Cody, Powell and Worland. They’re free of charge, and all instructional materials will be provided.
Beginning Saturday, March 17, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and continuing March 24 and 31, participants can learn the skills necessary to pass the official GED test.
Upon successful completion of the course, a special GED testing date will be offered so participants can earn their GED by early April. The cost to take the official GED test is $60 for program participants, but this fee will be waived if students meet certain eligibility requirements.
Anyone interested in participating must call 307-754-6280 by Friday, March 9, for more information, to preregister, and to set up an initial assessment time.
Classes without sufficient enrollment will be canceled.
Northwest College’s Adult Education Program offers a variety of instructional services to anyone 16 years and older. With instructional sites in Basin, Cody, Greybull, Lovell, Powell and Worland, as well as distance education options, the Adult Education Program can help make learning basic skills, attaining a GED, learning English, or attending college a reality.
For additional information about any of the services the Adult Education Program offers, email or call Sandy Myers at 307-754-6280, or 800-560-4695, ext. 6280.