The programs conducted by the Department of Workforce Development are offered to all students without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
The following are the requirements for people seeking enrollment
- 18+ to register for programs without parental consent
- 17 or older - students enrolled in high school need approval from their school principals and parent/guardian to enroll where applicable- contact the Workforce Development Director. "If a student is 18 but still enrolled in high school, we will need approval from school."
- Submit a completed registration form along with full payment if program is less than $200. Otherwise, payment plans will be accepted with a 25% down payment at time of registration.
The following are requirements for people seeking to enroll in Career Development classes
- Have a high school diploma or GED certificate (copy of which may be requested)
- High school students must present an approval letter and last report card showing satisfactory grades
- We encourage those who need to improve basic skills to enroll in Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) classes
- Undergo a background check (for applicable programs)
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