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AMCC Education Programs

Adult Basic Education (ABE) includes basic academic instruction in reading, writing, and computational skills below the ninth-grade level.

Secondary education in the form of instruction leading to a General Equivalency Diploma (GED).

InsideOut Dad is a program for incarcerated fathers that includes 12 one-hour core sessions and 26 one-hour optional sessions. The format allows a program to vary from very basic to very advanced depending on the need of the fathers. It can be implemented in a group or in a one-on-one setting.

A computer typing program that improves both typing speed and accuracy

Prepares the students to take the written part of the Alaska Drivers Test. The students are able to take the official written test while at AMCC.

Prepares the students to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Test.

Carpentry Core Curriculum or Level 1 Carpentry

Basic first aid/CPR with AED training

Trains the students to be emergency drill conductors on commercial fishing boats. Certified drill conductors are required by USCG.

The student will learn how to disassemble, clean, maintain, troubleshoot, repair, and reassemble a Monitor heater.

This was one of the programs CLN broadcast that consists of twelve tapes and the accompanying worksheets. This class gives the inmates an alternative to finding and maintaining a job.

A class to learn writing skills by writing your life stories or family life stories. This is a creative way to help reluctant students prepare for their GED essay and helps build personal and family self esteem.

Prepares the students to take the written portion of the Class A or B commercial license test. They will be able to take the official State of Alaska written test here at AMCC.

Involves different community agencies. Prepares inmate to prepare for release: job assistance, financial assistance, vocational training, transitional training.

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