Community Resources


Adams County WIOA Youth Program

Education - Teens, Young Adults

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Youth Program is a federally funded program that assists youth ages 16-24 in obtaining their high school diploma, GED, or post secondary certificate/training (2 years or less).

Adams County Youth Suceed GED Program

Education, Employment, Youth Activities - Teens, Young Adults

GED prep classes and assistance


Ages 16-24 Earn money for completing Learn about resources available to you Assistance with transportation and study tools Prep classes and tests are FREE Work-based learning opportunities

Must register at:

Center for Career & Community Enrichment

Housing, Education, Employment - Adults

Job Skills training, Housing Services, Self Improvement, Adult Education. 3CE is a "one-stop-shop" providing access to educational classes and one-on-one support in a friendly setting to help people improve their lives. We are here for you - stop by or give us a call today.

Center for Work Education & Employment

Education, Employment - Young Adults, Teens, Adults

Founded in 1982, CWEE fosters personal and professional transformation for low-income single parent families through confidence building, customized skills training, and career advancement. CWEE believes that regardless of personal situations and other barriers to employment, when an appropriate level of education and support is provided, individuals can and will succeed. Note: CWEE only ...

Center for Workforce Development

Education - Young Adults, Teens

The Community College of Aurora (CCA) and The Learning Source (TLS) are partnering to offer Adult Basic Education (ABE) and GED® preparation classes at the Center for Workforce Development on the Lowry Campus. The GED® test evaluates skills and knowledge in four different subjects: Language Arts (Reading and Writing), Science , Social Studies and Math .

GED classes are held Monday ...

Centro San Juan Diego

Education, Multi-Cultural - Adults, Young Adults

Adult Education Classes

Classes in Spanish for adults. Elementary, secondary, GED and university (through UPAEP) classes are offered, but availability of classes can vary. Classes are held at various locations, NOT at Centro San Juan Diego's main office.

For more information and any questions regarding cost and class schedules, please contact Arturo Garcia at 720-495-1407. Centro San Juan Diego's adult ...

Emily Griffith Technical College

Education - Young Adults

Emily Griffith Technical College GED preparation and Adult Basic Education classes are appropriate for individuals who are preparing for the GED test or who need to enhance their reading, math and writing skills. These classes are also appropriate for Colorado Firefighter, Police Officer, and Deputy Sheriff job applicants to brush-up on academic skills.

Excel Program - Metro State

Employment, Education - Teens, Young Adults
How the Excel Pre-Collegiate Program Works This program is currently available in select Adams County and Brighton high schools only. Any student participating high schools and/or parent/guardian is eligible to participate and access the program’s services and resources. A bilingual (English/Spanish) Excel Pre-Collegiate Counselor and Excel Pre-Collegiate Student Ambassador visit each school one ...

Families Forward Resource Center

Counseling, Crisis, Employment, Health Care, Medicaid / CHP+, Education, Parenting, Pregnancy - Families, Children, Adults, Women, Young Adults, Teens

Resource Center for Families in the Denver Metro area

Previously named the Lowry Family Center, the Families Forward Resource Center (FFRC) provides resources and referrals to families in the metro Denver area. They primarily work with families in Northeast Denver or North Aurora, but will not turn any one away.

Programs include: Family advocacy, parenting and health classes, youth development, and other family-centered services.


Front Range Community College

Education - Young Adults, Teens

Gateway to College

Offers a real second chance for success to students who have left high school without a diploma. Eligible students receive what amounts to a college scholarship, along with the opportunity to complete their high school requirements whil earning college credits toward a degree or certificate. Curriculum is organized for maximum credit earning potential, and students receive individualized ...