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The University of Colorado BUENO Center, in partnership with Aims Community College campus in Fort Lupton, has a received a U.S. Department of Education grant to help migrant and seasonal farmers an …
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The University of Colorado BUENO Center, in partnership with Aims Community College campus in Fort Lupton, has a received a U.S. Department of Education grant to help migrant and seasonal farmers an opportunity to earn a general education diploma. These services are free to individuals who qualify.
To qualify, applicants must:
• Be 17 years of age or older
• Worked in agriculturally-related employment for a period of 75 days within the past 24 months.
Students who qualify for program services are provided GED classes in mathematics, reading, science, social studies and writing. Other services include personal and vocational counseling.
Day and evening classes are offered at Brighton BUENO-HEP, 605 S. Kuner Road, Brighton, and Aims Community College, Fort Lupton. Interested individuals can learn more about the program should contact Yesenia Gomez at 303-857-4022, ext. 4348.
Se ofrecen clases de GED Enspañol. Para mas informacion, favor de comuinicarse Yesenia Gomez al numero 303-857-4022, ext. 4348.
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