Learn more about the SD Department of Corrections adult basic education and GED® programs in Pierre, Rapid City, Sioux Falls, Springfield and Yankton.
The Hovland Learning Center at SE Tech offers Basic Skills Development, ESL, and GED® preparation courses for adult learners.
This ultimate checklist is for anyone thinking of any post-secondary training. No matter where you are in the process, this checklist can assist with addressing issues and actions that need to be taken as you prepare for higher education.
Many colleges and tribes have grants and scholarships to assist Native Americans who want to go to college. This resource has SD and ND tribal contacts along with other helpful websites for Native Americans to search for grants and scholarships.
This one page College Application Timeline will guide you month by month to submitting complete college applications.
COABE’s mission is to inspire educators so adults succeed and communities thrive. The Coalition on Adult Basic Education exists to provide leadership, communication, professional development, and advocacy for adult education and literacy practitioners to advance quality services for all adult learners.
Through the LINCS COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE, self-paced ONLINE COURSES, and searchable RESOURCES, adult education practitioners nationwide harness the power of collaboration and sharing to improve educational outcomes.
LSS Center for New Americans helps refugees become self-sufficient through services, including:
Providing basic education to individuals in need of their GED, ESL, wanting to enroll in college, or job attainment/retention.
Cornerstones mission is to assess, promote, and provide education and employment training services to area workforce and employers.
South Dakotans work hard. They turn to BHSSC’s Education and Workforce Development division for education that will allow them to work in jobs that make economic self-sufficiency possible. The Career Learning Center of the Black Hills in Rapid City is the base for division activities, but they happen also in communities throughout the Black Hills. Participants enroll in job specific training, GED® preparation classes, adult basic education, English as a Second Language instruction, computer and keyboarding classes, alternative high school learning, and the National Farmworker Jobs Program. They can experience community education, gain National Career Readiness Certification and career counseling, and test for professional certification and licensure.
The Adult Education and Literacy Program emphasizes skills such as reading, writing, numeracy, English language competency, problem-solving, health literacy, digital literacy, and family literacy. These skills reinforce workplace readiness, bolster transitions to job training and postsecondary education, as well as sustain a higher quality of life for South Dakotans.
This collection of resources will enhance your knowledge, skills, and expertise in building effective career pathways systems.
My Next Move provides over 900 career options for you to explore.