Sandy Wehner is the WIOA Young Adult Career Coach for River Valley Resources and WorkOne Southeast. She specifically covers Jefferson and Switzerland County. All services through the WIOA Youth Program are free to all.
Sandy travels to Switzerland County each week to offer services. She is typically located at the Switzerland County Technology and Education Center on Fridays. The WIOA Youth Program serves youth ages 16-24 that are not currently enrolled into school. Youth that enter the program have some sort of barrier to reaching their education and/or employment goals such as not having a diploma, being or having been an offender, pregnant and/or parenting, homeless, in/or previously been in foster care, having a disability, low income, basic skills deficient and being an English language learner.
Sandy stated, “The Ultimate outcome for any youth participating in this program is to help them find a career path, increase their work readiness skills and gain employment”. Sandy can help the youth through goal setting, planning and executing.
You can contact Sandy Wehner to gain additional details and/or to setup an appointment at (812) 801-3343 or firstname.lastname@example.org
River Valley Resources' Adult Education programs provide math, reading, and writing instruction free of charge to help adults acquire the skills needed to earn a high school equivalency diploma, go to college, or enter an entry-level occupational certification program. You can even earn a high school equivalency diploma and an occupational certificate at the same time through our WorkINdiana program, allowing you to get back to work or switch careers quickly.
Wednesdays 3 PM- 9 PM
Fridays 9 AM- 3 PM
Earning a high school equivalency diploma is the first step in continuing your education in college or post-secondary training and also prepares you for career advancement.
Any adult age 16 or older who is interested in earning their High School Equivalency Diploma may enroll in one of RVR's free Adult Basic Education programs in the following counties: Clark, Dearborn, Floyd, Franklin, Harrison, Jefferson, Ohio, Ripley, Scott, Switzerland and Washington counties. Classes are offered at various day and evening times and online instruction is also available. Please see the Region 9 and Region 10 documents posted In the Resources and Links section of this page for class schedule information.
Classes are self-paced and taught by certified instructors to help achieve your goals. In class, you will:
Call RVR's hotline at 855-591-7849 to learn more. Indianapolis/Marion County residents interested in High School Equivalency Diploma preparation classes should call RVR's Indianapolis office at 317-924-3222.
Located on the main floor
708 West Seminary Street, Vevay, Indiana 47043, United States
3:00 pm – 9:00 pm
9:00 am – 3:00 pm