The Indian River County’s Adult and Community Education programs offer short-term and inexpensive job training, so that individuals can get job training without the long-term commitment to college programs. Why pay for the college credit if you don't need it or that is not the career path of your first choice when there are other options you can consider to acquire proper training to fill a position you feel confident you are well able and willing to obtain to help to take your place and stand in America’s, steadily but surely improving with certainty, economy.
The American Economy has been taught some hard lessons over the years and is now fighting back with positive results for absolute recovery—but, we must all become productive through individual participation and contribution to solidify our country as one nation known and appreciated around the world again, as the United States of America.
Limited Scholarship funds are available for qualified applicants for Adult and Community Education's vocational courses. Apply at the Adult and Community Education School office, located at 1426 19th Street in downtown Vero Beach. The office is South of Route 60 and west of 14th Avenue. The previous year's W2s and tax returns are required for verification of income.
Some students who qualify through the One Stop Career Center may have their tuition, books, and all fees for materials paid for by the One Stop. The One Stop Career Center is located at 1406 Old Dixie Highway in Vero Beach. For further information about One Stop scholarships and related services, phone (772) 569-0355.
Career and Technical Training provide short-term, inexpensive job training. See the attached list of some of the career training courses that are available to those that are interested in a new or better start to the future.