By Kim Martin
Did you miss the buzz at last week’s PLA conference surrounding this groundbreaking new program? Career Online High School allows libraries to offer adults in their community the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma and career certificate. Hear what all the fuss is about at our live webcast, Wednesday, March 26, 3 pm EST!
During this event, you will:
- Learn why libraries are the perfect space for this online high school completion program.
- See how Career Online High School engages adults back into the educational system and by doing so, helps your library fulfill its mission to improve lives and move your community forward.
- Hear from John Szabo, City Librarian, Los Angeles Public Library speak about why they’re offering COHS and provide details about their program implementation.
- Listen to COHS alumna Deanna Boersma tell her story on how earning her accredited high school diploma and career certificate changed her life.
More than 40 million Americans lack a high school diploma. Learn how your library can play a crucial role in addressing this educational crisis and creating meaningful outcomes, such as improved quality of life and economic growth for your community.
Changing Lives & the Public Library:
Career Online High School Wednesday, March 26, 3-4 pm ET
About the Author
Kim loves to entertain. She is an avid fan of pro and college sports and her two athletes and college-aged filmmaker. She holds an MBA from Cleary University and a BA from Old Dominion University.