Parkland College Adult Education is here to help you move ahead. Whether that's setting you on a Career Pathway, getting your GED, or brushing up on some basic skills, we're here to help. Explore all our programs below to get started!
Assists eligible adults with improving their reading, writing, math, and
technology skills. The goal is to help students transition to high
school equivalency preparation classes, bridge programming, career
pathways programming, and/or entry level employment.
Part of Parkland College's Career & Technical Education division. Gain the skills you need for a new career by starting with our free college prep classes.
Free multicultural English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for people
living in the U.S. The program helps improve basic
English reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills for non-native
ESL Career Training is also available.
Free classes to help you prepare for
college entrance exams, High School Equivalency tests, or refresh
your skills in reading, writing, math, or technology, as well as employment and college readiness.
Free tutoring in reading, English, and math held weekly at local libraries or online.
Designed for students to enter career pathway programming. Students who
complete the program earn a college credential that will enable them
to enter the workforce as an entry-level professional in that field, or can count towards a
related Associates degree.
Designed to support
students ages 16-24 who are out of school as they work to complete
their high school equivalency. Students are enrolled in high school equivalency prep courses and career
exploration including engaging in work-site learning experience, individualized mentorship, and development of a career portfolio.