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Our Director:

Andrew K. Rockett
Regional Supervisor
andrew.rockett@vernonct.org

Rockville High School
70 Loveland Hill Rd
Vernon, CT 06066

860-870-6060
Fax: 860-870-6455

Career Pathways/College Transition

Vernon Regional Adult Based Education often partners with other non-profit organizations to offer specialized educational programming opportunities to adults in the area. There are presently three such programs within the region. These English as Second Language programs help participants develop their English language and communication skills, build their knowledge of concepts and vocabulary in their field, explore career pathways, and plan for their future. Participants practice speaking, listening, reading, and writing, create a professional portfolio, and develop problem-solving and teamwork skills.

  • Three Rivers Community College

  • Goodwin College 

    • Manufacturing Readiness Program - A no cost program(for those who qualify) offered at Goodwin College to prepare students for a career in manufacturing. Classes start July 19th.

  • Community Events

    • Vernon Regional Adult Based Education provides workshops for the community on family-related legal topics, the immigration process, career services and employment opportunities. Exciting workshops are offered throughout the year and are free and open to the public.

  • English as a Second Language (ESL) for Health Care Workers For more information, please call 860-870-6060 

  • Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford
    An opportunity for those  interested in a career in the food service industry.

 

 

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