An opportunity to assist students in the adult education classes

The public can now directly assist the Career Learning Center Adult Education students who may be down and out during the pandemic.
Career Learning Center
Career Learning Center
Career Learning Center

The public can now directly assist the Career Learning Center Adult Education students hardest hit right now. Many of the students have families to take care of, but recently have lost income due to COVID-19.

The Career Learning Center has created an Adult Education Student Support Fund to help the students during emergencies, providing for needs such as rent assistance, utilities, fuel, and other necessities.

CLC have received an anonymous donation to this fund of $5,000 with a challenge to generate $5,000 in matching funds. The donation is a personal donation from a couple who believes in the work CLC does for adult education students.

A donation would be tax deductible.

Career Learning Center

Career Learning Center

If you would like to donate to the fund, there are no administrative fees taken from your donation. Funds are for our students studying for their GED in the communities of Belle Fourche, Sturgis, Spearfish, Rapid City, Custer, and Hot Springs. Guidelines have been established. A separate account has been established solely for these funds and strict check and balance systems are in place for this fund.

Click here to view the Adult Education Student Support Fund Guidelines.

Click to Donate to make a safe and secure online donation.

If you prefer not to donate online, you can write a check payable to “CLC Student Support Funds” and mail to:

Career Learning Center of the Black Hills

ATTN: Lori Larson

730 East Watertown St.

Rapid City, SD 57701

 

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