Greene County Career Center / Greene County Career Center - adult career academy


adult career academy - Adult Career and Technical Education / Culinary Career Academy

The Adult Education & Literacy program offers four Career4U Academies. These academies allow students to attend college without a TSI test and earn a Level 1 certificate. We provide academic and advising support with our Career Navigator and textbooks to borrow throughout your Academy program. Greene County Career Center’s adult Peace Office Basic Training held it’s spring graduation ceremony. Cadets who completed the program are ready to take the Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy (OPOTA) certification test. Passage of the written and physical fitness exams allow them to be hired at any law enforcement agency in Ohio.

The College and Career Academy at Pruden offers adult education through the Center for Lifelong Learning. The Center’s adult program promotes the concept of life-long learning and enrolls adult students. Adults enroll in classes to begin career exploration, complete secondary education or acquire skills for a newfound interest. Adult Career and Technical Education Training presents the Culinary Institute. This program is an exciting, professional level, fast paced culinary arts program for adults. Students enrolled in these courses, designed by professional chefs, will learn the art .

The South-Western City Schools Career Technical Programs prepare students for two-year and even four-year colleges. P  rograms are available at the district's four home high schools and the South-Western Career Academy. Typically, two years in a single program are required to earn at least five credits, so students should choose carefully. Perry Career Academy is pleased to partner with FEV Tutor to introduce an entirely new tutoring experience for Perry Career Academy students. Now students can access FREE online tutoring 24/7 from any computer or tablet with an internet connection! Students can now work 1-on-1 with a professional tutor to help them through difficult homework.