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Complete & Connect

Complete and Connect provides 16 to 24 year olds the opportunity to earn their high school equivalency while working on job and college readiness.

This program works in parnership with Career Link, a non-profit organization that connects individuals with employment opportunities through training and services. Heartland provides the classroom aspect while Career Link provides jobs.

Classes

Classes are offered morning and afternoon four days per week.

All classes are held on the main campus in Normal.

There is no cost to you. Classes are paid by state and federal grants.

Transportation & Childcare

Once you enroll, you'll get a Heartland student ID. With that ID, you can ride Connect Transit buses for free.

You may call the Child Development Lab on Heartland's campus at 309-268-8210 to learn more about your childcare options.

Get Started

In order to sign up for the Complete and Connect program you will need to contact the Adult Education office at 309-268-8180 to set up an appointment for an assessment test or click HERE. This test will assess your reading and math skills and that will determine whether you are eligible for acceptance into the program.

If you have any questions about starting the Complete and Connect program, please contact Peggy Hardy at 309-268-8254.

Getting A Job Video

Getting A Job

Adult Education Workshop - Getting A Job from Career Connections

Contact Us

Bloomington/Normal

Heartland Community College
Student Commons Building, 1000
1500 W. Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
309-268-8180
adult.education@heartland.edu

Lincoln

Heartland Community College
2201 Woodlawn Road
Lincoln, IL 62656
217-735-1731
valerie.conrady@heartland.edu

Pontiac

Heartland Community College
211 E. Madison
Pontiac, IL 61764
815-842-6777
linda.tesdal@heartland.edu

Para información en español:  309-268-8266.