Get Your GED
Having a GED increases job opportunities and allows access to higher education. Funding provided under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), allowed SEICAA to start a GED program in 2009. This program gives participants the opportunity to obtain their GED by providing free individualized tutoring and assisting with the cost of testing.
- Participants need to be at or below CSBG federal poverty guidelines (see below).
- Participants will be enrolled with a Family Development Specialist at SEICAA.
- We give each participant an entry assessment test (called the TABE) to evaluate what they already know compared to what subjects they need tutoring in.
- We try to accommodate participants schedules as much as possible, and we can travel to the outreach counties covered by SEICAA (Bear Lake, Bingham, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida & Power counties)
- SEICAA will pay for participants to take the GED test up to three times in one calendar year.
To find out more information, or to enroll in the GED Program contact Angela at 232-1114 ext. 114 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Family Size||Monthly Income|
|Each additional person, add||$390|
Income guidelines are approximate. If you think you may be over income, please contact SEICAA for a full eligibility determination.
About the GED Test
- The GED test is composed of five sections: Math, Reading, Writing, Social Studies, and Science.
- GED Testing sites in Eastern Idaho are ISU’s counseling and testing center in Pocatello, and EITC in Idaho Falls.