The Coffee County Adult Education program of Wiregrass Georgia Technical College has grants available for students working towards a GED. Students enrolling in GED classes may be eligible for funds to assist with transportation and the cost of the GED tests as well as incentives when completing the GED and entering employment or college. The WIOA Out of School Youth grant is available to students who are at 16-24 years of age and meet other eligibility requirements. Funding is available through a partnership with WorkSource Georgia of the Southern Georgia Regional Commission.
The Coffee County Adult Education program is located at 706 West Baker Highway in Douglas, and classes for out of school youth are offered Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m.-Noon or 1-4 p.m. Call 229-468-2263 for more information or visit www.wiregrass.edu/adulted.
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