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GED graduates ready for next step

Thursday, April 28, 2011
Approximately 250 students will earn their GED credentials this May.

Laramie County Community College’s Adult Career and Education System is preparing another class of GED® graduates for a better future. Approximately 250 students are on track to earn their GED credentials through LCCC and ACES from May 1, 2010, through May 15, 2011. Those 250 graduates range in age from 16 to 50. Many of these graduates will march across the Storey Gym stage on Friday, May 13.

In addition to a keynote speaker, the graduates will hear from several of their peers. Each GED graduate has a unique story; many have overcome tremendous obstacles in order to achieve this success.

The GED credential is a first step for many individuals who transition into higher education or the workplace. LCCC has a variety of programs for adults who are seeking additional training or education.
 
GED instruction is provided by the Adult Career and Education System in Cheyenne and the Teaching and Learning Center in Laramie at LCCC’s Albany County Campus. Both centers provide day and evening classes in Adult Basic Education, GED preparation, Adult Secondary Education, Literacy, English for Speakers of Other Languages and Career Skills. These classes are noncredit and available for residents 16 years old or older. The classes are available in fall, spring and summer, and most courses are free.

For more information, please contact LCCC’s Adult Career and Education System at 307.637.2450 or the Teaching and Learning Center in Laramie at 307.772.4289.
 
 
 
 

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