20 Jan HiSet
It’s never too late for someone who wants to change their situation to do it. We often view adulthood as a period in life when it’s no longer possible to pursue youthful opportunities. But it’s never too late to do something different, and the Billings Community Adult Education Program helps adults everyday achieve scholastic credentials; these adults are both enterprising business-type persons and those who want to earn some of the credentials they may have decided to pass on achieving when they were younger. Anyone who chooses to further their education and situation has a different story. It doesn’t matter what someone once chose to do, it only matters that they are there now, working toward a goal that’s important to them.
If you want to achieve a High School Equivalency, called the HiSet formerly known as the GED, the Billings Adult Education Program can help. The course work is self-paced, and is free to anyone seriously interested. So, if you have work commitments or family commitments, the design of the program can likely accommodate your busy schedule. And the equivalency certificate opens new doors for those without; many employers look for school achievements to\ prioritize potential candidates.
And if you have aspirations to attend college there is counseling available. Counselors can help guide you through the options for both two-year and four-year degree programs. A helping hand is important, especially for a topic as broad and complicated as college admissions. They can also walk you through the financial aid options open to everyone, which can be a daunting task to perform.
Remember, it’s never too late to try something different, never too late to achieve your goals. And if you have any questions about how the Billings Community Adult Education Program can help you, then call today.