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Educational Opportunities

WSU HEP provides instruction to prepare for the GED in English and Spanish. Not only does the program assist migrant and seasonal farm-working communities, it also helps them qualify for better employment opportunities, attending college, or entering military service.

Program Highlights

  • Academic advising
  • Career planning
  • Classes and exams are free
  • Classes in Spanish and/or English
  • Financial, textbook, and supplies assistance
  • Hybrid (in person and online) option available
  • Post-HEP placement assistance for jobs, vocational training, or college admittance
  • Friendly, bilingual staff
  • Social and cultural events
  • Tutoring
  • Residential program
  • Serves 40 students each year

Residential Program

Students will focus on one subject at a time to help make sure participants fully understand and remember each topic. Languages include:

  • Math
  • Science
  • Social Science
  • Language Arts

After Graduation

After earning a GED, students move on to the next steps in their careers or education. These steps can included:

  • Upgraded employment
  • Vocational (job) training
  • Military service
  • Higher education (college)