South Dakotans work hard. They turn to Education and Workforce Development for education that will allow them to work in jobs that make economic self-sufficiency possible. The Career Learning Center of the Black Hills in Rapid City is the base for division activities, but they happen also in communities throughout the Black Hills.
Participants enroll in job specific training, GED preparation classes, adult basic education, English-as-a-Second Language instruction, computer and keyboarding classes, alternative high school learning, and the National Farmworker Jobs Program. They can experience community education, gain National Career Readiness Certification and career counseling, and test for professional certification and licensure.