ENROLL NOW FOR OUR FREE HiSET STUDY PROGRAM
Welcome to the YWCA Family Learning Center! We have open enrollment for all Tennessee adults who wish to earn their High School Equivalency Degree through the HiSET program. Our program is effective and successful, with 25% of all HiSET graduates in the Nashville region coming from our FLC program. All classes, tutoring, and practice tests are free of charge.
Our classes are currently being delivered on-line, which requires internet access and a computer, laptop, or telephone. Not having access to these does NOT mean that you cannot access instruction! Our instructor will be happy to send you instructional material, and work with you on a one-to-one basis to help you learn, until we resume in-person classes.
For more information, call 615-983-5156 or email: Ywcafamilylearningcenter@gmail.com
Why Should You Get Your High School Equivalency?
- Earn $10,000 more per year than those without a High School Diploma
- Qualify for the Hope Scholarship, TN Promise, or TN Reconnect
- Qualify for a new job, a promotion, or a pay raise
Family Learning Center Information
The YWCA’s Family Learning Center offers high-quality, culturally sensitive, comprehensive programming to help families break the cycle of intergenerational poverty and illiteracy. The FLC’s FREE adult education program boasts nearly 25 percent of all HiSET (formerly GED) graduates from the Nashville region. Our FLC offers:
- Ongoing enrollment in FREE classes (English and Spanish)
- Setting and obtaining educational goals
- Instructions in all areas of the HiSET (formerly GED) exam
- Administration of the Test of Adult Basic Education
- Career counseling
For additional information, call 615-983-5156 or email: Ywcafamilylearningcenter@gmail.com
We are proud to work with a diverse network of community partners, including the Hispanic Family Foundation and Catholic Charities. Our generous funders include the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and United Way of Metropolitan Nashville.
Before accessing the enrollment form below, please be sure that you have a scanned copy of your government-issued photo identification, as we will ask you to upload that copy at the end of the form.
The last name on your primary ID must match (excluding hyphens and accents) the name on your enrollment. The following ID documents – issued by any government – are acceptable:
· Government-issued driver’s license or temporary license
· State ID card (including those issued by the motor vehicle agencies)
· National ID card
· Military ID card
We look forward to welcoming you to our YWCA family!
The Career Services program of the Family Learning Center helps individuals explore career options and develop meaningful career plans to reach personal and professional goals. By utilizing a supportive and empowering approach, our staff help clients gain independence and greater financial stability through employment.
Clients may enroll in the Career Services program for assistance in career development or to explore postsecondary education options.
Free services include:
- Self-assessments (interests, values, and skills)
- Career exploration
- Career planning
- Job search assistance
- Resume & Cover Letter preparation
- Interview preparation
- Employment coaching
- Improving work habits
Who can enroll?
We provide FREE career coaching support to both employed and unemployed individuals, clients looking to grow or change careers, recent graduates, and individuals with any experience level.
To enroll in our program and get free career development support, contact our Career & Education Specialist, Suzanne Joiner, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Family Learning Center is dedicated to helping clients reach their personal, professional, and educational goals in order to reach financial independence and success. Contact us today to get started on your career development journey.
We are proud of our Family Learning Center graduates! Our 2021 FLC Graduation took place on Saturday, July 10. These inspiring women and men range in age from 20 to 44-years old and come from five different countries. We are so proud of our graduates and all of our students for their hard work and tenacity! Congratulations!
Click here to read our 2020 press release on our FLC Graduation and view the first virtual graduation video below.
Interested in volunteering as a tutor?
Contact Allison Adams via email or phone at 615-983-5144.
Sponsor a Test
For just $100, you can cover the cost of a student’s HiSET exam – a test that could change their life forever. Give a second chance to one of our adult learners by donating now.
If you would like to support our Family Learning Center, please make a secure, tax-deductible donation below. Thank you!
Carolyn, FLC Graduate
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation provides grant funding to support literacy and education initiatives serving individuals of all ages.
Our collective mission is to triple the number of adults achieving their educational goals by 2025 & create a network able to better serve more people