INDIANAPOLIS – Five new providers join Indiana Adult Education in the coming year to offer basic skills remediation, high school equivalencies, short-term training, and industry certifications to Hoosiers, according to Marilyn Pitzulo, Associate Chief of Adult Education, Indiana Department of Workforce Development.
Adult Education provides classes close to home and work in every county, and about 30,000 Hoosiers are served each year through a network of 50 local programs with more than 200 class locations.
In Evansville and surrounding areas, Ivy Tech joins Vincennes University to offer under-served populations and individuals interested in college or workforce training.
For more information about services, contact an Indiana Adult Education program or visit the Department of Workforce Development at https://www.in.gov/dwd/.
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