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Accelerated College and Career Transition Program Graduate Irene B.
Through her efforts in the Accelerated College and Career Transition (AC2T) Program at East Los Angeles Occupational Center (ELAOC), Irene B. was able to graduate with a high school diploma within 6 months. Since then she has gone on to teach high school history and psychology at the Los Angeles Unified School District.Uploaded Mar 18, 2022
“I fell in love with the AC2T program… I try to be the same teacher that the teachers at AC2T were for me.” Watch Irene’s moving recollection of her time through the AC2T program at ELAOC and the way it shaped her future moving forward.
English as a Second Language (ESL) Classes Changed My Life Video - LA Unified's Division of Adult and Career Education
This video features student testimonials about how attending English as a Second Language (ESL) classes at LA Unified's Division of Adult and Career Education schools have improved their lives.Uploaded Oct 25, 2019 to About
Earn your High School Diploma with the Accelerated College and Career Transition Program
The Accelerated College and Career Transition program (AC2T) is for young adults ages 16-24 who want to earn a high school diploma or equivalency. Listen to a former and present ACCT students share their experiences, hardships, and hopes for the future as high school graduates.Uploaded Apr 07, 2022
- 1:00 Family Success Initiative - 2021 Uploaded Apr 07, 2021 by Pierre Giammattei
The Accelerated College and Career Transition Program (ACCT) offers 16 - 24 year olds the chance to earn their High School Diploma or EquivalencyUploaded Apr 25, 2022
East Los Angeles Occupational Center Graduate Albert Zepeda
On December 16, 2021, as a result of a new partnership with the Anti-Uploaded Mar 18, 2022
Recidivism Coalition (ARC) and the Los Angeles/ Orange County
Building Trades Council, the East Los Angeles Occupational Center
(ELAOC) celebrated the success of an outstanding group of students
completing the rigorous MC3 pre-apprenticeship training program.
Albert Zepeda and the other students, known as “The Dream”
cohort, received 12 weeks of soft-skills training, technical
education, and supportive services. Following the completion
of the MC3 program, participants received assistance in finding
placement in paid union apprenticeships across their various trades.
Expanding Access to Adult Education
How the Division of Adult and Career Education is expanding access to high quality pre- and post-secondary education and training opportunities in alignment with Superintendent Carvalho's 100-Day PlanUploaded Apr 21, 2022
Learn English with LA Unified Adult! English as a Second Language Classes
Enroll in our tuition free ESL classes and learn English as a second language! To sign up, visit: https://www.launifiedadult.org/apps/pages/ESLUploaded Apr 18, 2022
- 1:24 Board Member Scott Schmerelson On the Reopening of Los Angles Unified Adult Education Campuses Featured Uploaded Jul 09, 2021
Disability Support Services provides equity and accessibility for all students
Disability Support Services (DSS) provides equity and accessibility in supporting all students to Level Up in college and career success.Uploaded May 12, 2022
While many of our students utilizing DSS services are originally referred to us by the Veterans Administration, the California Department of Rehabilitation, private rehabilitation agencies or even LA Unified’s own District Office of Transition Services (DOTS), we encourage all of our students who feel they may need assistance and/or reasonable accommodations to visit us.