“The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The willingness to learn is a choice.”
|― Brian Herbert, House Harkonnen
The Mission of the Adult Education & Literacy Program is to equip adults with the educational opportunities necessary to become self-sufficient individuals and to provide a linkage to career pathways.
- To assist adults to become literate and to obtain the necessary knowledge and skills for employment and self sufficiency.
- To help adults with children become full partners in their education.
- To enable adults to complete their secondary school education.
- To provide students the opportunity to enter higher education or receive a workforce education certification.
- In need to improve your basic academic skills?
- An adult seeking your high school diploma?
- 16 years of age or older and no longer enrolled in high school?
- A non-native English speaker, 18 years or older, and wants to learn to speak, read, and write the English language?
- A working adult interested in improving your workforce skills?
- In need of assistance preparing for careers and/or further educational training?
If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, this is the program for you.
- The Most Experience Program.
- Dedicated staff helping individuals interested in furthering their education or looking for a new job opportunities.
- Classes available all year-round!
- A variety of locations: Laredo College Ft. McIntosh and South campuses as well as area throughout Webb, Jim Hogg, and Zapata Counties.
AT NO COST TO YOU! TUITION FREE!
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