On April 17, 2017, the Ohio Department of Higher Education announced that the ABLE program is changing its name to Aspire.
The ABLE program stays the same... only the name has changed.
Learn at your own pace in your community,
and the best part is it's all FREE!
ABLE is more than a GED®. To get a good job today, you need basic academic and workforce skills,
and access to affordable, high-quality higher education options.
ABLE classes are free to anyone 18 and older.
Sixteen and 17 year-old students must be officially withdrawn from school.
Improve your reading, math, writing or English skills, prepare for the GED® test.
Get ready to go to college or an adult certificate training program to get a better job.
Employers who have employees in need of skill enhancement for 21st century jobs
can send employees for ABLE workplace education.
ABLE workforce education opportunities:
Ashland Professional Building
Gateway Fellowship Love Center
Mission to Amish People (MAP) at Bethel Baptist Church
Ashland and Millersburg Corrections Facilities
Enhance your learning while obtaining additional instruction at one of our ABLE sites
First-Time 2014 GED® Test Takers
First time GED® test takers may be eligible for a voucher of up to $80 applied toward GED® testing fees.
Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center is pleased to offer the following resources for career and educational guidance:
The 2016 catalog of classes begin June 2016 through May 2017.
If you would like to discuss the resources above in greater detail
or learn more about the voucher of up to $80 for first time test takers towards testing fees, please contact:
1783 State Route 60, Ashland Ohio 44805