Career Academy Adult Program

Are you interested in advancing in your current occupation or in gaining new skills to join the workforce? In an effort to connect adult learners with career and technical-focused education, Indian Hills is opening the doors of the Keokuk County & Mahaska County Career Academies for the Career Academy Adult Program (CAAP).

 

The CAAP program works in cooperation with our two academies, providing personalized programming to meet the needs of the community by training students with hands-on education to align them with career opportunities. While the Academies offer this programming to high school juniors and seniors, adult members of the community can now take advantage of these educational opportunities, as well, through CAAP.

 

The Mahaska County Career Academy in Oskaloosa connects students to an education in Advanced Manufacturing and Computer Networks & Security. The Keokuk County Career Academy provides career focused education in: Associate Degree Nursing/Practical Nursing, Computer Information Technology, Entrepreneurship, Machine Technology, and Welding.

Classes are conveniently offered in the morning and afternoon to students of all ages. Open seats will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Advance Your Skills . . . Advance Your Life

Adult Program: Career Connections Brochure

 

High School Alternative Programs

If you are or were struggling in high school and are off track, then these options, offered by the Adult Basic Education Center, may be just what you need to move forward in achieving your educational goals.

  • Credit Recovery: Students in high school can earn credits toward their high school degrees by taking face-to-face courses through Indian Hills (funded by student's school district).
  • High School Completion: Students take correspondence courses through Indian Hills, earning credits toward their high school degrees.
  • Alternative Learning Program: Students ages 16-21 may receive assistance in the areas of math, writing, reading, social studies, and science, while working toward earning a GED (Certificate of General Educational Development).
  • Fifth Year or Transition Programs: Designed for high school students with mild to moderate learning disabilities who are seeking a vocational skill or degree.

Find out more about High School Alternative Programs and the Adult Basic Education Center >>

 

Need To Request a Transcript?

To request an official transcript, please click here. You will be transferred to the Student Clearinghouse, who will then process your order.

If you have any questions concerning how to request your transcript form, please contact OneStop.

 
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Phone: (641) 683-5262 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5262
Email: onestop@indianhills.edu

 

Contacts:

cammie_richardsCammie Richards, Director, High School Programs
Indian Hills Community College

525 Grandview Avenue Ottumwa, Iowa 52501

Phone: (641) 683-5277 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5277
Email: Cammie.Richards@indianhills.edu 

 

 

 

placeholder_profileLuann Eakins, Assistant Coordinator, High School Programs
Indian Hills Community College

525 Grandview Avenue Ottumwa, Iowa 52501

Phone: (641) 683-5202 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5202
Email: Luann.Eakins@indianhills.edu

 

 

orman_profileLeslie Orman, Administrative Assistant, High School Programs
Indian Hills Community College

525 Grandview Avenue Ottumwa, Iowa 52501

Phone: (641) 683-5125 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5125
Email: Leslie.Orman@IndianHills.edu