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Big Bend Technical College

*GED preparation and testing *Career and technical programs including welding, cosmetology, administrative office specialist, patient care technician and nurse assistant, welding technology advanced, digital media/multi-media design, electronic technology one, electronic instrumentation one and two, millwright: industrial installer and mechanic one and two, and industrial multi-craft technician

Services: Adult Basic Education, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Vocational Education

3233 S Byron Butler Pkwy

Perry, FL 32348

(850) 838-2545

CareerSource, Gulf Coast, Bay, Franklin and Gulf Counties

*Offers access to employment-related services in one central location *Maintains list of local job openings; provides job search assistance; offers resource room with free computer, copy and fax machine for job searching; free job seeker workshops *Provides veteran's job search help including supportive services; includes family members *Unemployment claims process: www.

Services: Employment Preparation, Ex-Offender Employment Programs, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Job Finding Assistance, Tutoring Services

625 Hwy 231, Mariner Plaza

Panama City, FL 32405

(850) 872-4340

Community Action Agency, Getting Ahead

*Program consists of two components including a 15-week class called Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-by World; then upon completion, participants shift to the Staying Ahead Program where they are paired with 2 mentors who meet regularly for about 6 months to advise, counsel and encourage *Program assists with GED, trade/vocational education, higher education to improve opportunities for jobs with a livable wage; employability skills, and opportunity to participate in the Agency’s On-The-Job Training (OJT) Program; job placement, coaching, and counseling; ongoing counseling, monitoring, and support from a case manager/social worker to ensure continued progress toward family self-sufficiency goals; multiple opportunities for crisis/emergency assistance during the first year (rent, utilities, food vouchers, transportation, childcare) based on the availability of resources *Participants meet once a week in a relaxed discussion type atmosphere and class members work closely with Career Source, TCC and Lively Vocational School; funding may be available to pay for tuition, books, job training, childcare on a case by case basis *Call for more information about class dates and times *Persons interested in becoming a mentor may fill out an application on website or call to volunteer

Services: Career Counseling, Child Care Expense Assistance, Economic Self Sufficiency Programs, Employment Preparation, Financial Literacy Training, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Mentoring Programs, Personal Financial Counseling, Vocational Education, Volunteer Opportunities

309 Office Plaza Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 222-2043 x4

Franklin County Schools

*Pre-K to grade 12, alternative school at district office, and a pre-K through 8th grade charter school in Apalachicola *Exceptional student education for students with disabilities, home education program *Adult education, GED classes and tests

Services: Adult Basic Education, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, School Districts

85 School Road, Ste 1

Eastpoint, FL 32328

(850) 670-2810

Goodwill Industries Big Bend, Career Training Center

*Free career development training and life skills classes serving anyone 16 and up; clients do not have to have disabilities or special needs *Adult basic education and GED classes *Employment skills in career counseling, resume writing, interviews and clothing choices; may also assist with clothing once a job is obtained; computer lab offering self-directed courses in Microsoft programs *Other training location in Quincy

Services: Adult Basic Education, Computer Literacy Training Programs, Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Life Skills Education

300 Mabry St

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 279-5041

Leon County Public Library, Literacy Volunteers of Leon

*Provide free and confidential tutoring on an individual basis, to anyone age 16 and older wishing to learn how to read and write or study for the GED.

Services: English as a Second Language, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Literacy Programs, Tutoring Services, Volunteer Opportunities

200 W Park Ave

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 606-2644

Leon County Schools, Adult and Community Education

*Classroom programs for persons 16 and older: GED classes, classes teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), high school classes for students who want to improve a grade and adults missing credits, and two programs serving adults with special needs *GED testing has four subjects divided into separate exams; Reasoning Through Language Arts (150 minutes with a 10-minute break), Mathematics Reasoning (115 minutes), Science (90 minutes), Social Studies (70 minutes); at least 145 points are required on each exam to pass; each exam costs $32 and retakes cost $12 *Some of the GED and ESOL courses are available online *Most classes are $40 a semester with the exception of the classes for adults with special needs which do not have a fee

Services: Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Special Education, Student Disability Services

526 Appleyard Dr

Tallahassee, FL 32304

(850) 717-2020

PAEC, Migrant Education Program

*Identifies migrant families, specifically with school-age children and assists in registering them for school, providing English classes and health screenings before they enter school *Assists with meeting basic needs in food, clothing, and social services through referrals to appropriate health and social services *Nutrition education, early intervention, tutorial and summer programs for school children, and Interpretation and translation services

Services: GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Migrant Education Programs, Summer School Programs

753 West Blvd

Chipley, FL 32428

(850) 638-6131

Tallahassee, City TEMPO

*Services for disconnected youth, ages 16-24, who are not in school and may or may not be employed, depending on employment circumstances *Path to essential services, vocational education opportunities, short-term apprenticeships with local organizations, and workforce training through job placement *Participants referred for screening and assessment for GED examination; assigned to a specialist and complete a five-week course until exam administration *If a participant already has a diploma or GED, a CSCR specialist will assist with job training and placement *Proactive crime prevention initiative which connects with at-risk youth and addresses underlying issues *Employment partnerships in retail, hospitality, education, government, info technology, healthcare, and manufacturing *While in the program, a participant will be dismissed for an arrest or if on probation, a violation

Services: Employment Preparation, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Vocational Education

City Hall, 300 S Adams St

Tallahassee, FL 32301

(850) 891-8722

Tallahassee Men's Center, Teen Challenge

*Adult men's (18+) licensed counseling services and faith-based year-long residential programs for recovery from substance abuse and other life controlling addictions which accepts referrals from court system including men from outside of the Big Bend area *Program requires biblical study, regular church attendance, one-on-one mentoring, job training and active work in micro-business run by the program; GED study available when needed *Paperwork required includes a picture ID (driver’s license, state ID), a social security card (or letter from SS office stating you have applied), medical paperwork/tests (Physical, TB, HIV, HEP-C tests results), Medical Insurance Card (if covered, for incidental medical needs); Green Card (if a non-citizen permanent resident) *No private insurance accepted, not-for-profit is a low cost program $200 a month or $1800 a year (non-refundable) that turns no one away; those without funds work to pay for their treatment; clients on disabilty may be offered an alternative option

Services: Ex-Offender Reentry Programs, Faith Based Counseling, GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment Facilities, Telemental Health

4141 Apalachee Pkwy

Tallahassee, FL 32311

(850) 385-8336

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