Transitional Programs

Transitional Programs helps students make the move from high school to college and the workforce via high school equivalency programs (GED®) and career development.  These programs give adults without a high school diploma a chance to increase their incomes and abilities to gain employment through a credential.  Other programs provide additional assistance for former foster youth, young adults age 18 to 24, and unemployed or underemployed job seekers.  Plugged In Virginia provides specific career education and training along with GED preparation or basic skill remediation.

Our Transitional Programs include:

 

 For more information, please contact:

Gloria Westerman
Director of Transitional Programs
434-949-1029
gloria.westerman@southside.edu    
Christin Jackson
Coordinator of WIOA Adult and Youth Programs
434-542-5871
christin.jackson@southside.edu

 

Buffy Allgood
Regional Program Manager
434-949-1090
buffy.allgood@southside.edu

 

Katie Irby
Regional Program Manager
434-736-2084
katie.irby@southside.edu

 

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