Contrary to popular belief, going to college doesn’t have to break the bank. Starting small at community college and applying for financial aid can get you to the next step in your career without thousands of dollars in Student Debt. Our SUPPORT SERVICES page lists a number of federal and local scholarships and financial aid resources to help with various career paths. In fact, Students who qualify can receive over $13,000 dollars per year in financial aid to pay for school, books and living expenses.
You might be asking yourself why you need to go back to school to get your GED or HiSET. Afterall, you may already have a job or work in a skilled trade that you know will keep you employed. The truth of the matter is that a GED/HiSET can do more than just get you a job. It can help garner you a raise in your current job, it can be a safety net in case you need to switch jobs or move positions, and it can be a source of pride and accomplishment. And if you expect to go back to school at any point for more education or to further a career, a GED is a must.
Need to brush up on English language skills? Looking to become a US Citizen? It can seem like a daunting process, especially if English is your second (or third) language. Mendocino Lake ACE has many local resources compiled in one place, whether you are just looking for English classes, need classes specifically for your job, […]
We get it. Math and English are rarely favorite subjects in High School, but unfortunately these skills can have big impacts on certifications, qualifications, and entry level exams for college. If you are looking to increase your marketability, either in your current job or in a future job, you may need to brush up on […]
Have you always wanted to go in to the healthcare field but don’t know where to start? Are you currently in the healthcare field and want to supplement or upgrade your certifications? With job outlook growing quickly for many medical field jobs including Nursing, now might be a great time to invest in a Healthcare Education!
There are multiple agencies throughout the Mendocino Lake region that support adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities in our community. You may be a parent or a loved one, a caretaker, or an agency representative looking for more resources. We are here to help!