Terry Campus Offering Free GED® Placement

The Delaware Tech Terry Campus in Dover is offering free GED® placement screenings for individuals 16-62 years old who have officially withdrawn from high school. The assessment screening, which lasts approximately 3.5 hours, does not require pre-registration and will be offered on campus Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 9 a.m. in Building 200.

Immediately following the assessment, individuals 16-24 years old will be able to attend an information session about the Future Leaders of Business-Out of School Youth program. This job skills training program is offered at no cost through a partnership with the state’s Department of Labor Workforce Development Board.

Future Leaders of Business students will work towards obtaining a GED® and earn industry-recognized certificates, participate in employability life skills training and leadership development opportunities, take financial literacy workshops and complete on-the-job training through paid work experiences.

For additional information on the program or placement screening assessments, please contact Out of School Youth staff at (302) 857-1500 or ABE/GED® staff at (302) 857-1282.

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