Adult Programs

Our Adult Programs adopt a creative and innovative approach to education. The participants we work with engage in classes that focus on improving their proficiency with reading, writing, math, science, social studies, and digital literacy skills. These classes utilize online assessments and curriculum as well as paper-based materials. Whether you want to get your High School Equivalency Diploma (GED) or just want to brush up on your skills before taking your next steps, our classes are tailored to your needs.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Must be at least 16 years of age, out of school and have a desire to reach your goals utilizing the support and services CORE provides.
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Career Coaching

Our career coaches are skilled in offering pre-employment and post-employment support to help our participants navigate conversations, stressors in the workplace and to promote job retention. These 1:1 and group services allow you to work toward your goals while honing in on specific skill sets needed in the workplace.

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English as a Second Language (ESL)

Our English as a Second Language or ESL Classes, are designed to teach non-native English speakers a variety of language skills. These classes allow an individual to learn and improve upon their language proficiency at a pace that is right for them. Through in person instruction and online curriculum utilizing Burlington English, our Adult Educators work with participants on bettering their reading, writing and English comprehension. Working together, a participant will practice listening, speaking, reading, writing, learn vocabulary and conversational phrases as well as how to improve their English grammar through practical application.

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High School Equivalency

Our Adult Basic Education program is designed to promote, develop, and support students at their specific level of education and learning capabilities. Our goal is to provide adult students with the tools necessary to successfully continue with post-secondary education opportunities, enter the workforce and remain a contributing member of society. Our adult educators prepare students with the necessary skills and information to sit for the GED. Staff work with students to schedule their test and will work to ensure that transportation to and from is not a barrier.

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Volunteer / Tutors

1:1 tutoring services offered by community member volunteers to better serve our clients. In the classroom and community-based volunteer opportunities are available. Volunteers for the digital literacy navigator program are always needed. Please contact Adrianna Seewaldt if interested in becoming

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Work Readiness

Our staff can help you strengthen the foundational skills necessary to enhance your workforce marketability with vocational classes, certification courses, career exploration and development, resume building and interview preparation.