Buckeye Career Center, New Philadelphia, Ohio, USA
Friends of Adult Education
Bridging the gap
Making It Possible For Adults to Continue Their Education
The average Buckeye Career Center Adult Education student receives approximately $4,000 in financial assistance leaving $3,400 in tuition cost for the student to pay, which often is a challenge within a family budget.
This opportunity for an improved quality of life comes with expenses that are daunting for most. Adults wishing to further their education find it difficult to balance work, family, and the added expense of tuition. Unfortunately subsidized funds for training have all but disappeared.
Friends of Adult Education exists to help bridge that gap and make it possible for adults to continue their education.
Career & Technical Education
Why it’s important…
Increased Job Stability
Curriculum is continuously evaluated and updated to match the current needs of employers and the job market.
Gain valuable training to advance in your current job or find the career to best match your interests and skills.
Career and technical education provides the conduit for employability skills needed to stand out to employers.