Project Learn Adult Education to hold open house Sept. 20
Project Learn Adult Education of Williamson County will be holding an Open House at 10:00am Friday, Sept 20. at 225 Noah Drive, Suite 380, Franklin.
“Even though the name has changed from the Williamson County Adult Education to Project Learn Adult Education, students will still be able to receive the same superior services to help them receive their high school equivalency.” stated Sheryl Jordan, Director of Project Learn Adult Education. “Because the location is still close to the local Tennessee Career Center, students will also still be able to transition directly from the Adult Education staff to the staff of the Tennessee Career Center where they can learn more about their options for furthering their education and/or their new career options and opportunities.”
Project Learn Adult Education program prepares students to obtain their High School Equivalency, formerly known as the GED® test credential. Instruction focuses on math, as well as, reading and writing in the context of the subject areas covered by the High School Equivalency exam; social studies, science, language arts reading and writing. They also offer classes for individuals who need to learn English as a Second Language (ESL).
The South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance was recently awarded grant funds totaling $400,000 to administer the Adult Education and English as a Second Language programs in Marshall, Maury, and Williamson County. All three Adult Education programs are now recognized by the Project Learn name and are co-located with their local Tennessee Career Center. “We are so pleased to have the opportunity to work with the Adult Education program in Williamson County and add it to our service area,” explained South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance Director, Jan McKeel. “The relationship between the Tennessee Career Center and Project Learn will be a key component for all of our student’s successes.”
For more information or to sign up for class call Project Learn Adult Education of Williamson County 615-656-1354.
Project Learn, administered by the South Central TN Workforce Alliance (SCTWA) is funded under an agreement with the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. SCTWA does not discriminate in employment or admission on the basis of race, sex, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, age, disability, or military service. Equal Opportunity employment/program and Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Posted on: 9/16/2013