Aspire-GED Career Pathways Readiness Program

Career Pathways Readiness Program
Creating Pathways for Education, Career, and Life Success!
PENTA CAREER CENTER ASPIRE ALERT: Penta Career Center's Aspire program remains open for business (on-site and online). To safeguard Penta Aspire students & staff to combat the spread of COVID-19, all Aspire classes will offer both on-site and online options. The online option will be held in google classroom. Be sure to have Google hangouts/meet downloaded to your tablet, phone, or computer.  For more information, contact our office at 419.661.6182.

Offering FREE classes in:
• GED Preparation
• Basic Computer Skills
• Interest/Personality Assessments
• Career Assessments
• Short Term Credentials
• Work Keys Certificates
• Career Ready 101
• Customer Service Training & Soft Skills
• Financial Literacy
• Career Pathways Exploration and Development

Penta Career Center in partnership with
Sylvania City Schools
English for Speakers of Other Languages
• Learn Survival English
• Improve Reading, Writing, and Conversational Skills
• Study For Citizenship Or Toefl Test
• Class Is At No Cost

For ESOL registration, call 419-824-8539 For Class Time/Locations.

Penta’s Adult Basic Education and Career Readiness program is a student-centered learning opportunity for adults. The classes are available at no cost to adults who want to improve on basic math and English skills in order to obtain a high school equivalency, enter post secondary education, or prepare for additional workforce training.  

Penta will prepare you to take the Official GED Test. We provide free practice test vouchers for enrolled students.  
Penta Career Center offers classes at 30+ locations such as: Aurora House, Birmingham Library, Holland Branch Library, Kent Library, Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA), Market on the Green Mott Library, Oregon Library, Penta Career Center, Penta Osage Complex, Point Place Library, Reynolds Corner Library, Toledo Heights Library, South Branch Library, Sylvania Family Center, Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Washington Branch Library, West Toledo Library, and Wood County District Public Library.

Classes are held two days a week for four hours each day.

Registration is required and orientation is mandatory.

Call 419-661-6182 to register

GED Testing Requirements 

An account must be setup on in order to register for the GED test.

The test is given in 4 sections which include the following components:
Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies

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