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Continued Funding Is Still Available To Obtain Your GED

CVOC is happy to announce the continued funding from the Department of Education to provide migrant and seasonal farm workers who have dropped out of school with a unique and exciting opportunity to obtain a GED certificate. The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) is a 12 week GED program that is offered in English and Spanish.

The participants receive individualized instruction within a structured GED curriculum as well as career, academic, life skills and personal counseling. The program also assists participants with their individualized educational/employment goals such as entering a postsecondary education, military, or be placed in a career development program. All materials and books needed for the program are provided absolutely FREE.

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HEP Newsletter (English)
Boletín informativo HEP (Español)

The program is held at CVOC sites in Modesto Winton and Madera. Any interested individual may call or visit our training centers:

Merced Training Center in Winton at 6838 Bridget Court.

Stanislaus Training Center in Modesto at 1581 Cummins Dr. Ste 100

Madera Training Center in Madera 1930 Howard Rd.  Ste 125


Merced (Winton)   209-357-0062   (ext.135)                                         Stanislaus (Modesto)  209-577-3210                                                          Madera (Madera County)  559-662-0100