We are thrilled that our Online Learning Center (OLC), launched in August, is supporting students across our service areas which include Franklin, Grand Isle, Chittenden, Addison, Rutland, Windsor and Windham Counties. The OLC complements VAL’s in-person services. Students are now able to pursue their high school diploma for free via in-person, online or hybrid models.
“Vermont Adult Learning has taken our experience during COVID-19 and turned it into something positive and exciting – an Online Learning Center – where students have access to more teachers, a greater variety of courses, and a more varied schedule than ever before,” said Natalie Reigle, OLC Director. “The OLC was created to reach a broader segment of Vermonters, those hard-working individuals who lack reliable transportation, are busy parenting young children, and/or have demanding work schedules.”
For more information, please access the OLC course catalog at https://sites.google.com/vtadultlearning.org/course-catalog. Contact the VAL office nearest to you to learn more and sign up at https://vtadultlearning.org/find-us/.
VAL has served tens of thousands adult learners, ages 16 years and older, since our founding in 1980. Our programs include basic education and literacy, high school completion, GED tutoring and testing, courses for English Language Learners, workforce readiness and development, and transition to post-secondary education and/or the workforce. Our services are free.