Looking to get ahead, but not sure how? The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) is a program to help migrant and seasonal farmworkers earn their GED or equivalent of a high school diploma. The goal of the program is to help students obtain their high school equivalent, and subsequently, gain employment or be admitted to an institution of higher education. Students can go on to enroll in college, university, vocational or technical school or training programs.
The HEP program offers services such as GED preparation and classroom instruction, tutoring, academic and vocational counseling, career advisement, volunteer opportunities, and more.
To apply for HEP, applicants must: