Adults finish work on GED/HSED classes

Adult students do classroom work as part of the GED/HSED program at SDC.

Adult students do classroom work as part of the GED/HSED program at SDC.

Dozens of adult men and women are working hard to finish classwork and testing so they can take part in a GED/HSED Graduation later this month.

The participants in the GED/HSED program at the Social Development Commission are completing work so they can participate in Graduation Ceremonies held Friday, May 22nd.

The celebration will be held at 1:00 pm at the National Guard Armory located at 4108 N. Richards Street in Milwaukee.

Graduates celebrate at the end of the SDC December 2013 graduation ceremony.

Graduates celebrate at the end of the SDC December 2013 graduation ceremony.

The graduates will be cheered on by family and friends as they mark a major achievement in their lives.

The GED Testing Service estimates that on average, an adult with a high school credential earns as much as a half-million more over a lifetime than adult who drops out.

To learn more about the GED/HSED program at the Social Development Commission, visit the Education and Training section of the agency website located at www.cr-sdc.org/index/Programs–Services.htm