Free High School Diploma Opportunity
Are you age 22 or older and still need your Ohio high school diploma? Are you tired of trying to get your GED? Are your ready to make change but do not know the right steps to take?
Collinwood & Nottingham Villages Development Corp has the solution to your education barrier. Five Pointe Community Center formed a partnership with Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) Adult Diploma Program. The Adult Diploma program will provide to eligible students, at no cost: the core skills mastery certificate, ACT National Career Readiness Certificate, career exploration, counseling, training, and industry certification in an In-Demand Career Field. Once the student has completed the career training program of their choice they will receive a high school diploma issued by Ohio Department of Education.
Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) will host two Adult Diploma program informational sessions at Five Pointe Community Center Corp (813 E. 152nd Cleveland, Ohio 44110) on Wednesday October 17, 2018. The morning session will begin at 11:00am and the evening session will begin at 6:00pm.
This event brings an opportunity to make the necessary steps to start a career and improve your wellbeing. We hope to see you there! If you have any questions about this event please, contact Kristian Hunter (216) 268-2138
Collinwood & Nottingham Villages Development Corporation
The Collinwood & Nottingham Villages Development Corporation is a non-profit organization created to preserve, promote, and protect the quality of life in our communities. We serve as an economic pump and liaison between businesses, industry, and residents. We work closely with our councilmen, political leaders, and city departments including the Departments of Safety, Health, Community and Economic Development,and Building & Housing. The corporation is operated by a board of trustees representing area residents, churches, business, and industry. Our office is located in Collinwood Village, staffed by 2 full-time and 3 part-time individuals. The corporation is funded through the City of Cleveland, as well as private donations, and other grants.