No High School Diploma, No GED?
No problem. You have options.
Adult Education Career Pathways
Not having a high school diploma or GED is not the end of the road if you want to advance your career through job training. Instead of having to go to a different location to take adult education classes, CET offers students the opportunity to co-enroll in the Adult Education Career Pathways (AECP) program while being enrolled in one of CET’s trade programs. By the time you finish the hands-on side of job training, you will be well on your way to preparing for the GED test. Learn more about the options available to you for co-enrollment in the AECP program and testing for the GED.
Can I go to CET without a diploma or GED?
Am I eligible for financial aid if I don’t have a diploma or GED?
Where can I take the Ability to Benefit test?
I took the Ability to Benefit test but don’t have my scores.
What is CET’s Adult Education Career Pathways program?
Is the AECP program open to the public or do you have to be enrolled in a CET program?