Tuition Free Classes
Description of classes listed below:
Electrical Technology Program
This eleven-month program prepares students for meaningful employment in a wide variety of technical fields upon completion of the program. This is a multi-component curriculum course consisting of 1000 core hours. Students whose goal is to take the West Virginia Journeyman's Electricians Exam must attend the optional 80 hours at the conclusion of the course.
"Strategic Planning in Occupational Knowledge for Employment and Success"
"SPOKES" is an academic and job preparation skills program being provided through a contract between the Department of Education, Office of Adult Education and Workforce Development, the Department of Health & Human Resources (DHHR) and in collaboration with the WV Workforce Investment Boards. The program provides classes with intense daily activities that will address academic and "soft skills" necessary for adults to pursue and retain gainful employment. The program will allow DHHR, WV Works and One-Stop customers to be referred to the program and receive services on "any given Monday". The SPOKES class is a six week program consisting of assessment, job readiness, work process skills, computer skills and Work Keys academics. The program will run continuously throughout the year in comprehensive centers and serve between 15-20 students at any given time. Participants in this program must be referred from One-Stop Centers or DHHR.
Literacy Volunteers of Marion County
Wednesday - Thursday
Call 304-366-6055 for more information
Literacy Volunteers of Marion County is housed in the Marion County Adult and Community Education Center and is a partner with the center to provide services to those who have needs related to literacy. Trained and qualified tutors are available who can provide free, convenient, and confidential instruction. For more information, call Beth Richendollar, Director at 304-366-6055. Click here for more information: www.proliteracy.com