Workers can take classes that help them obtain their high school equivalency (GED, HiSET) and beyond.
Length: 6 weeks or less
Languages: English, Spanish
Eligibility: Eligible students must be current SEIU Local 2015 nursing home members working at a facility that is actively contributing into the Education Fund.
Wrap-Around Services: Support with enrollment and ongoing case managementCost to Student: None
Here’s what you’ll learn:
This course focuses on critical elements to understand Basic Math, Geometry, Basic Algebra, Graphs, and Functions.
This course focuses on improving your communication skills by understanding what you read and learn while providing tools to write clearly and effectively.
This course focuses on understanding social studies concepts, using logic and reasoning, and drawing conclusions. It covers three broad skill topics: reading for meaning in social studies, analyzing historical events and arguments in social studies, and using numbers and graphs.
This course focuses on reading, creating, and understanding science texts, tables, charts, and graphs. Improving the ability to understand science experiments and studies are designed, conclude data, and evaluate other people’s conclusions while understanding how to use scientific theories.
If you believe you meet the above qualifications, fill out the interest form below!
SPACE IS LIMITED!