November 19, 2017

Dropped Out of School? Tired of Low Paying Jobs?

Call NOW to Register for DAY or EVENING Classes to Obtain your High School Credential at Bristol Community College’s Attleboro Campus

Posted by DaleHayden

We no longer live in a world where the average dropout can get a decent paying job in a local factory now that the majority have closed. This means that education and skills training are extremely vital to employment opportunities that result in economic self-sufficiency.

Attleboro’s ABE program provides FREE services to individuals who have dropped out of school or those looking to improve their basic skills. Classes are small and provide the academic skills that learners of all ages need to obtain their high school credential. An Education and Career Advisor is incorporated into the program to provide support that successfully transitions students into post-secondary programs that include certificate programs, college degree options, and/or occupational training.

Attleboro’s Adult Basic Education (ABE) program offers DAY and EVENING classes to put you on a track to independence. Please point your friends and family members in need of educational services our way.

Those interested call Christa Silva at 774-357- 3532 for additional information, a tour of the facility, or an appointment to register.

Sincerely,

Dale A. Hayden
Adult Basic Education Program Director
Bristol Community College
11 Field Road
Attleboro, MA 02703

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