Gwinnett Advancement Program for GED

Gwinnett Advancement Program for GED

If you're 16-21 years old and left high school without receiving a diploma, it's not too late to turn your life around.

Get your education back on track with the Gwinnett Advancement Program, a free course for low-income students who want to earn their General Equivalency Diploma (GED®) and learn how to pursue a career.

Am I eligible?

The GAP course is designed for those who have faced adversity but still want to complete their high school education and learn valuable skills that will help them find a better job. To be eligible, you must:

  • be 16 to 21 years old

  • have a low income

  • have a social security number or be able to get one

  • be in the U.S. legally and be eligible to work
     

What will I do in the program?

The goal of the GAP program is to help you prepare for a successful career and earn the GED® credential. The program includes:

  • Free course prep materials

  • Free GED® exam

  • An allowance for childcare & transportation

  • College transition & tuition assistance

  • Life skills, financial literacy & leadership development

  • Career-readiness skills & job search assistance

  • Resume building

  • Internship opportunities through community partners

  • Two dedicated instructors

  • A dedicated college & career advisor
     

Join us for our next Orientation on August 3, 2015. 

View our program information sheet for more info!

Call the GAP office at 678-226-6290 for more information or email us.