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Adult Education & Certification
Boston Public Library believes in lifelong learning for patrons of all ages. For adult learners, the BPL offers many resources to help them achieve the degree or certification they need for their personal and professional development goals.
Getting Your GED & High School Diploma
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Career Online High School
Career Online High School (COHS) is an online high school diploma and career certification program funded by the Boston Public Library.
Adults Repairing America Adult Learning Job & Career Success From Your Home
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GED Test Preparation
This is an online resource to prepare for and earn your high school equivalency diploma. You can take local or online GED classes to study.
Adults Adult Learning Job & Career Success
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JVS Boston
JVS can help you advance your high school education, build skills for jobs, advance your career, and help you secure your finances.
Adults Adult Learning Financial EmpowermentJob & Career Success Language Learning
Get Certified
Gain useful skills for your current or future career. Find free job & career skills training, online study materials, and certification programs.
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City Academy - Career Training for Boston Residents
There are 2 free training tracks to City Academy: 1) Commercial Driving License/Hoisting training, 2) Emergency Medical Technician training.
Adults Job & Career Success
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Career Online High School
Career Online High School (COHS) is an online high school diploma and career certification program funded by the Boston Public Library.
Adults Repairing America Adult Learning Job & Career Success From Your Home
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Skill Development & Continuing Education Guide
This guide contains web resources for skill development and continuing education for job and career success.
Adults Job & Career Success Learning & Resources
Resources for College
Planning for college? We recommend several resources to help with your questions. We also offer support for anyone considering higher education.
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Tuition-free Community College
Boston has committed to pay for up to 3 years of college for low-income eligible students through its Tuition-Free Community College Plan.
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