GED Program:
Students enrolled into Monet's GED Preparation Program will be assessed to determine appropriate placement.  Students will be taught strategies in preparation for testing, receive practice exercises, practice tests, and mentoring. Participants who qualify to take the Official Examination will be referred to an Official GED Registration Office for processing.
*GED "Right" Track is a program developed to assist nonviolent ex-offenders as they transition back into the academic community and workforce.  Students are welcomed by a committed, caring staff.  An academic records release form will be requested so that all existing ABE / GED records can be ascertained to assist in  evaluation and placement.  Advanced students will be administered an Official Practice Test (OPT).  All students will be offered an opportunity to receive Career Pathway instruction.

*Supervised Independent Study Program: 
Monet is actively seeking Official GED test takers who did not pass the exam and need 150 points or less to pass.  These test takers will be given an opportunity to enroll into Monet’s Supervised Independent Study Program. Applicants who are approved to participate will be taught test taking strategies, receive practice exercises, practice tests, and mentoring. Qualified applicants who are employed will be provided an opportunity to receive these services during hours more conducive to their work schedule.

 *Career Pathways:
Students participating in the Career Pathways Program will learn: basic computer skills, learn how to
write resumes, cover letters, complete career interest surveys, fill-out job applications, interview, search the web for career information and employment opportunities. Prior to program completion, student will be required to write a career interest essay, and visit a local career interest service / academic provider. Participants are instructed using state of the art teaching methods, computers, and learning materials.

*GED"Golden Opportunity" Program:
Participants are selected by the Senior GED Instructor to attend MALC GED classes held on local college campuses. Students will receive individualized or small group instruction in areas of academic deficiency. All students will be required to participate in MALC's Career Pathways Program prior to program completion.

Time / Campus Location: TBA

*Adult IEP/ISP / Special Needs Program:
Monet's Adult Individualized Education Plan / Special Needs Program is designed to meet the growing academic, employment, and personal growth challenges faced by adults with learning and / or physical disabilities. Monet's staff includes a clinical psychologist with special education, behavior modi-fication, and anger management expertise; experienced (ABE, Pre-GED, GED-Regular, GED Fast-Track) adult educators, and two certified ACT WorkKeys Test Supervisors. Classes are small and intimate, with a maximum 8:1 student to teacher ratio. Adult learners with an IEP/ISP - Special Needs, High School Counselors, and Agencies are encouraged to contact Monet's Adult Learning Center @ (757) 236-3613 for more detailed information regarding assessment, enrollment, and tuition cost. MALC is an approved Workforce Development vendor, and is seeking to establish partnerships with Medicaid service providers.

Note:*Applicant must be Pre-Approved by Monet's Adult Learning Center to participate.

FALL 2017 
IEP/ISP Adults with Special Needs  
Location / Time: C. Waldo Scott Center for H.O.P.E
3100 Wickham Avenue, Newport News, VA
Mon / Wed  10:00am-12:00noon
For additional information call: (757) 236-3613

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