Adult Education Resources

Jefferson County Public Schools Adult Basic Education
The Jefferson County Public Schools Adult Basic Education program enables residents 16+ years of age to upgrade their skills, earn a GED® credential, and successfully transition to postsecondary education and/or the workplace.  Free morning, afternoon, and evening classes are held at sites across Jefferson County.  The Lifelong Learning program also works with area businesses to customize classes to meet specific needs of the organization and staff.  Visit their site or call (502) 485-3400 for more information.


KentuckianaWorks oversees the region's system of One-Stop Career Centers where job seekers can find jobs and education and training opportunities and apply for unemployment insurance. One-Stop Career Centers also help employers meet their workforce needs by linking them with qualified employees.


55,000 Degrees

55000 Degrees and their partners are working to add at least 40,000 more bachelor’s degrees and 15,000 more associate degrees to Louisville.  Learn more about resources available to you to start or finish your degree.


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