What is it?
A preparatory class that provides participants with intensive academic skills development and tutoring to help particpants pass the GED or SAT for secondary education or employment
Who can participate?
Independent Living, Non-Custodial Employment Program and Out-of-School Youth participants.
What services are provided?
- Adult basic education assessment
- GED prep and testing
- Referral assistance or post-secondary education/training
What does it cost?
Free to program participants
What’s the schedule?
What’s needed to get started?
Must be enrolled in Out-of-School Youth (city or county), Non-Custodial Parents Program (Young Fathers) or Independent Living Program. For the Out-of-School (OSY) Youth participants, you also need to provide proof of income and authorization by the City of Pittsburgh for the OSY program components.
Where do I go?
Hill House Association
1835 Centre Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
849 Braddock Avenue
Who provides the service?
Out-of-School Youth (City/County), or Non-Custodial Parents Program (Young Fathers), and Independent Living Program
Good to know…
Program not available to general public. You must be enrolled in a Family and Worforce Development program.
How can I get in touch?
Contact: Ange'l Hunter, City Recruiter (412) 392-4453, Carrie Stewart, Coordinator, Braddock (412) 273-4604, Karen Clark, Coordinator (412) 392-6472