The Northeast Texas Community College Adult Education Program honored six deserving General Equivalency Diploma (GED) students during its recent GED Graduation ceremony by inducting them into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS).

 Those inducted were: (from left): Emily Postlethwait of Winnsboro, Christina Netro of Pittsburg, Roxanna Garcia of Mount Pleasant, Jacqueline Fernandez of Mount Pleasant, Courtney Hopson of Mount Vernon and Alicyson Mattaboni of Winnsboro. These students showed exceptional dedication while completing their GED through the NTCC Adult Education Department GED program. Classes are offered free of charge in several locations throughout the NTCC service area.

 Jose A. Gil Castro of Mount Pleasant was recently presented with the J. Travis Jackson GED Scholarship during the 2018 GED graduation ceremony hosted by the Northeast Texas Community College Adult Education Department. This $500 award is given by the Mount Pleasant Rotary Club in memory of Jackson, who was a long time adult educator in Titus County. Making the presentation is Bob Hourahan, President-Elect of the Mount Pleasant Rotary Club.

The Adult Education Department at Northeast Texas Community College is accepting new students for its GED (General Equivalency Diploma) and ESL/Citizenship Fast Track classes. Those interested in participating in either of these free educational programs should call to make an appointment for registration. While classes are offered in various convenient locations around the area, all registration will be held at the Community Resource Center (formerly MPISD Administration Building) at 105 N. Riddle Street in Mount Pleasant. Please call Ruth Fernando at 903-434-8341 for an appointment. For more information and updates, like Adult Education Program at Northeast Texas Community College on Facebook.

El Departamento de Educación para Adultos de Northeast Texas Community College está aceptando estudiantes nuevos para sus programas de GED clases (Diploma de Equivalencia General) y ESL clases (Inglés como Segundo Idioma)/Ciudadania son cursos rapidos.  Aquellos interesados  en participar en cualquiera de estos programas educativos gratuitos deben llamar para hacer una cita para el registro. Aunque las clases se ofrecen en varios lugares convenientes alrededor del área, todas las inscripciones se realizarán en el Centro de Recursos Comunitarios (anteriormente Administración de MPISD) en 105 N. Riddle Street en Mount Pleasant. Llame a Ruth Fernando al 903-434-8341 para hacer una cita. Para obtener más información y actualizaciones, dale me gusta a Adult Education Program at Northeast Texas Community College en Facebook.