Congratulations for your hard work toward your high school equivalency certificate. To help you reach that goal, Ohio is awarding you up to $80 that can be applied to the 2014 Computer-Based GED® Test fees. Please contact us to obtain a Voucher for the 2014 Computer based GED Test.
A full list of courses can be viewed in the downloadable document above.
Please feel free to call or email with questions about the ABLE/GED programs:
Cindy Wolfe, ABLE/GED Coordinator
1610 State Route 521
Delaware, OH 43015
Monday through Thursday, 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Financial aid is available through several sources for qualified individuals. Each source of aid has its own specific guidelines concerning eligibility.
- Veterans Administration - Veterans can log onto the website at www.gibill.va.gov or call 1-888-GIBILL1 (422-4551) to inquire on eligibility requirements. These benefits are available for Basic Peace Officer, Firefighting 240, EMT, CISCO, and Power Line Technician. For other VA questions please call 1-800-827-1000.
- Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) - Disabled persons may qualify for training monies.
- Pell Grant - Federal grant based on financial need. Monies do no need to be repaid. Must complete the FAFSA form for eligibility. For programs 600 hours or more only. This benefit is available for our Dental Assisting Program and Power Line Technician Program. www.fafsa.ed.gov
- Workforce Investment Board (WIA) - Visit your local Job and Family Services Office.
- Trades Re-adjustment Assistance (TRA/TAA) - Assistance is available to workers whose jobs have been sent overseas.
- State of Ohio Vocational Training Vouchers - We accept training vouchers from students who are employed by the state of Ohio.
For further questions, email us at email@example.com or call the Financial Aid office at 740.201.3222
The DACC Vision and Mission statements were created with the help of dedicated community members. As we continuously improve and progress, every step is held to the standards of these statements.
The Delaware Area Career Center is the resource for multi-generational career enrichment and educational opportunities.
The Delaware Area Career Center, in partnership with community, is an innovative model for developing lifelong learners, quality leaders, and critical thinkers for the dynamic and global environment.
DACC Core Values
- Assisting students and workers with transition into the workplace
- Relationship, collaboration, and teamwork
- Quality recruitment and hiring processes
- A highly qualified staff
- Opportunities to be responsive to our communities' expressed needs
- Relevant courses that prepare graduates to meet workforce needs
- Good work ethic, professional, and the opportunity to model both
- Open, honest and clear communication
- Our ability to be good stewards of taxpayers' money
- A safe and nurturing environment for students
- Diversity both in student population and in courses offered
- The acquisition, use, and maintenance of the most current technology