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March 31, 2012

JCPS Adult Education

Kentuckians interested in taking advantage of free classes and the time-limited free GED testing should contact the adult education center in their county to discuss how to get started. To find the local adult education center, call (800) 928-7323 or visit www.KnowHow2GoKy.org.

Eligible individuals can obtain free NCRC testing through local One-Stop Career Centers and adult education centers. This offer is time and space limited, so those interested should schedule through one of these testing locations early and should request a "free NCRC." To find a One-Stop Career Center, visit www.oet.ky.gov/des/wis/wfservices.htm.

 

J.R. Martinez

J.R. Martinez was injured while deployed in the US Army in Afghanistan. He spoke about his work with burn victims. You can learn more at http://www.phoenix-society.org/.

 

The Legal Aid Society

Jeffrey A. Been, Executive Director, The Legal Aid Society spoke about the work of the Legal Aid Society and promoted their upcoming FREE clinics.

A complete list of clinics can be found at www.laslou.org

 

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