POTEAU–The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) at Carl Albert State College is presenting a four-part workshop series entitled “The Adult ABCs of Entering College and Technical School.”
According to EOC Coordinator Kelly Kellogg, the workshops are free, and each monthly workshop will cover a specific topic concerning the process and preparation of entering a postsecondary program.
The first workshop will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 at the Literacy Council of LeFlore County located at 408 Dewey Avenue in Poteau. It will cover the first steps of going back to school including information about financial aid and the admissions process.
“The workshops will be in a relaxed, informal environment,” Kellogg said. “The goal is to provide adults with information and resources available so they feel confident in continuing their education.
“At this first workshop, free drinks will be catered by The Coffee Cup. We invite everyone to stop by to gain useful information.”
Educational Opportunity Center is one of the TRIO programs housed at Carl Albert State College, and is funded 100 percent by the U.S. Department of Education. The EOC program budget is $510,799 and serves 1675 participants.
For more information contact EOC at (918) 647-1396.
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