Community Action - Adult Education and Job Development
25 J.L. Turner and Son Place, Scottsville, KY 42276
Provides basic literacy, GED preparation, personal life skills, and job readiness training for adults and out-of-school youth.
Community Action - Head Start Program
921 Beauty Avenue
Provides a comprehensive child development program for 3-4 year old low-income and special needs children. The children and families receive services in education, health, nutrition, social, special needs, and parent involvement. Location of Centers: EHS 200 East Fourth St. Bowling Green, KY 42101 and Little Scholars for Warren County. For more information about all 10 locations, visit www.casoky.org.
Bowling Green Technical College Adult Learning Center
1845 Loop Drive
Provides GED preparation, ESL, citizenship, basic literacy, NCRC (National Career Readiness Certificate), employability skills training (include resume writing, letter of application, job interview skills, etc.), refresher classes for students entering post-secondary education, and basic computer skills. Students must be 16 years or older and withdrawn from the regular school system. We have classes at the college, Parker Bennett-Curry, and Warren County Regional Jail.
2420 Russellville Road
Provides community employment services for people ages 16 and older with a mild to severe disability; Consists of vocational evaluation, job preparation services, School-to-Work program, employment options services, individualized screening, job development opportunities, and follow-up services.
TRiO Educational Opportunity Centers
Jones Jaggers Hall, WKU
Serves individuals interested in continuing education and can provide them with educational information, Financial Aid information, referral services, application assistance, academic advising, career counseling and workshops; preference given to those individuals who do not hold a four-year degree, are first generation college students or have low income. Website: www.wku.edu/eoc
WKU Literacy Center
401 Tate Page Hall, WKU
Western Kentucky University Literacy Center provides personal, individualized diagnostic evaluation and continuing intervention to students in 1st through 12th grades and adult learners to foster the enjoyment of reading.
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