IAACE is a proud partner of #MoveAheadWithAdultEd, a new national campaign enrolling adult learners into career training programs that equip them with skills that lead to jobs paying a family-sustaining wage.
The campaign targets the millions of Americans who need to reskill or upskill to re-enter the workforce.
If the COVID-19 pandemic has left you without a job, and you are struggling to find work because you lack a high school diploma or industry training, there are over 100 adult education programs across the state that can help you get the skills you need for a new job- one you can support a family on.
Our member organizations across the state are providing instruction online, in person, and via bootcamps. CDC guidelines and sanitation protocols are in place for in-person instruction to ensure a safe learning environment.
Adult Education programs offer you an onramp to a better job and a college education. You can start with basic classes in reading and math and move on to a class that prepares you to earn your high school equivalency and then into a career training program. If you already have your high school diploma or equivalency, you can go right into one of our career training programs. We’re ready to help you get back to work. We are linking websites across the state to explore program offerings at the bottom of this page. You may also find a program that is closest to you by searching the Indiana Adult Education website, the National Literacy Directory or at the link “Find Adult School” at the https://coabe.org/moveaheadwithadulted/ website. The National Literacy Directory may also be reached at 1-877-389-6874
The learning modes vary across the state depending on the county of service as well as the provider. There are virtual learning options, hybrid options, in-person learning. Each option at each of the centers is taking all the protocols to keep you safe including masks, sanitization, temperature checks, questionnaires, and social distancing. Each follows the recommendations provided by the Indiana State Department of Health and the CDC.