A GED can be the critical first step in gaining the real-world knowledge and skills necessary to start a career in today’s marketplace. Current U.S. Census Bureau data shows that unemployment rates are tied directly to levels of educational attainment,1 with more than 15 percent of people without a high school diploma unemployed.
CollegeAmerica GED Test tutoring includes the following benefits:
• Knowledgeable instructors
• Flexible tutoring hours
• Individual attention
• Complimentary study tools
• Motivational support system
• Targeted practice exams
• GED Test registration assistance
As an additional benefit, when students are ready to take their GED Test, CollegeAmerica will cover the cost of their test fee.
The program was launched in 2009 at the Stevens-Henager Provo/Orem campus in Utah, an affiliate of CollegeAmerica. Due to the popularity of the program, all CollegeAmerica campuses in Wyoming, Arizona (Flagstaff-main and Phoenix-branch)
“The GED Academy reports that 39 million Americans do not have a high school diploma.2 The goal of this tutoring program is to assist some of that number in obtaining their GED diploma,” said Debbi Potts, campus director at CollegeAmerica, Cheyenne.
Students can be tutored in all the GED Test areas, including English, Social Studies, Science, and Math. For more information, visit www.GEDTutoring.org. The GED Test program is a community service and is not an accredited program.
*Idaho Falls is a branch campus of CollegeAmerica Flagstaff, AZ
CollegeAmerica and its affiliates Stevens-Henager College® (which includes Independence University®) and California College San Diego have twenty locations across the western United States, working to help make a better career more accessible. CollegeAmerica’
1) United States Census Bureau, Current Population Survey. “Mean Earnings by Highest Degrees Earned: 2008.” Table 228.
2) GED Academy Articles. "What Does the GED Measure?" February 11, 2008.