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Caps, Gowns & Bright Futures: Your Library Can Graduate Adults
There are more than 30 million American adults without a high school diploma. Your library can offer a path to a brighter future with Career Online High School.

It’s already happening at more than 150 public library systems across the country. Adults are graduating (nearly 3,500 and counting). And lives are being changed.

Career Online High School is an accredited high school completion program that provides graduates with a high school diploma (not a GED) and an entry-level career certificate in one of 10 high-demand employment fields.

While other diploma programs may currently be on pause, Career Online High School is delivered one-hundred-percent online. Students continue to have 24/7 access to coursework and contact with their academic coach during COVID-19, ensuring uninterrupted support for this vulnerable population.

Join Harris County Public Library and Gale for a 30-minute webinar to learn more:

Caps, Gowns & Bright Futures: Your Library Can Graduate Adults

Thursday, May 28, 2:00–2:30 PM ET

Panelist Marisa Schneider, an adult literacy specialist, will share why their library chose Career Online High School, and how they’re managing the program during COVID-19.

Diana Doetzel from Gale will discuss program basics including resources to support student recruitment and tools for program success.

Can't make the date? No problem! Register now and you will receive an email post-event with the URL to access the on-demand recording at your convenience.


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