A two-year fully accredited community college with a variety of vocational/technical programs and liberal arts education. SWCC also offers a Small Business Development Center that can help anyone plan, start or build a small business. Call for more information 641-782-1483.
Adult Basic Education and GED Classes helps adult students improve reading, math, science and/or social studies knowledge to get a GED degree. Students with 8th grade and under reading and math skills are in the Adult Basic Education program. Students at a 9th grade or higher level in reading and math become official GED students and begin studies ...
Literacy, basic skills, GED, and ESL classes for students of other cultures.
Adult and continuing education programs.
Adult basic education.
Classes also meet at the following location:
Ord - Ord Learning Center, 1514 K Street, Suite 1; call (308) 728-3299 for information
Supports several grant-funded opportunities for instruction to help adults improve their life skills throughout the 15-county area. Includes Basic Skills/GED® classes, English as a Second Language, and Interpreter Training. There also are many volunteer opportunities available.
GED preparation and testing.
ESL - English as a Second language classes.
Adult basic education, including literacy, job seeking, and life skills education.
Tutors available in various locations in the Panhandle.
Single parent / displaced ho...
Community college providing technical, vocational, and academic education.
English as a Second Language
ABE/General Educational Development (GED) testing and preparation
Additional locations - dial main number to reach all
1 - Applied Technology Center
2 - Do Space
3 - ...
Adult education and family literacy classes are non-credit and provide a range of basic skill instruction, English as a Second Language, GED preparation, and in some cases, high school credit. Classes are informal and instruction is individualized. Classes may be held in a variety of facilities, including churches, industrial plants, schools, lib...
GED (General Education Development) and ABE (Adult Basic Education) classes for those seeking to obtain their high school equivalency diploma.
ESL (English as a Second Language) classes are 'open entry' throughout the year, providing instruction in English speaking, reading, writing, and listening for adults who range in ability from abs...
Assists all refugees; provides programs for ESL, transportation, cultural orientation, and employment. Helps refugees learn to live and work in the United States.
English as a Second Language.
Employment skills class.
Interpreters available to go with refugees to medical appointments or hospitals.
ESL or English as a Second Language is a program for people who speak, read and write best in a language other than English and desire to improve their use of the English language. Entry-level English through college-prep English is available.
HiSET and High School Completion Center (testing and prep).
Adult English as a Second Language classes, beginner to advanced. GED classes in English only. Citizenship classes are offered twice per year.
Due to COVID-19, we have put into place procedures to aid in the safety of staff, clients and students, volunteers, and visitors. We are following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as local and sta...
Family Resource Program offers language skills, citizenship classes, translation and other assistance regarding INS documents, birth certificates, marriage certificates, high school and college diploma, educational transcripts, and health care services. Offers tax return filings to the community. Employment assistance to job seekers, and employme...
04/01/2020 - COVID-19 Changes:
Northeast Iowa Community College’s top priority is the health and safety of our students, employees and communities. Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking every precaution possible to protect our employees and those we serve as well as their families. Therefore, NICC is im...
Offers classes and adult education/literacy services year-round with daytime and evening options. The facility also houses a learning center with 22 computers for student use and a certified testing center that provides academic and professional assessments.
Literacy, educational support, mental health services and referrals to other agencies as needed.
Works to address the holistic needs of each child through:
· A safe environment with caring adult mentors.
· Healthy meals and bags of weekend food.
· A hands-on curriculum with a focus on reading, STEM (science, technology...
Provides a culturally welcoming environment where families and individuals can gather to develop personal, educational, and family skills. Families learn about resources in the community and overcome barriers to make informed decisions. Includes education on financial literacy, health and nutrition, parenting, and other aspects of family life. Of...