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Colorado program to offer free, online GED credentialing

January 07, 2020 / Katie Clarey

Colorado is offering a free high school diploma and workforce certification program for certain residents, that aims to reduce underemployment and unemployment in the state, according to a Jan. 2 announcement. The program is open to residents older than 21, who have completed some of the 10th grade and have internet access but lack a GED. Graduation Alliance will provide the services, which come as a part of the Workforce Diploma Pilot Program, administered by The Colorado Department of Education's Office of Adult Education Initiatives. Participants may pursue other credentials, which include Certified Production Technician, Child Development Associate, Microsoft Office Specialist and OSHA 10.