It’s never too late to earn a High School Equivalency Diploma by preparing for and taking the General Educational Development Test through Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center’s GRAD Program.
Individuals with a psychiatric diagnosis sometimes need assistance obtaining and maintaining employment. Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center’s Supported Employment Program does just that.
FEMA has announced the availability of financial assistance for COVID-19-related funeral expenses for those who lost a loved one to COVID-19 after Jan. 20, 2020.
When a loved one falls into an opioid addiction, everyone around that person can be affected.
The goal of Pathways to Recovery is to assist those who have been affected by opioid use in reentering the workforce.
Everyone makes mistakes. However, Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center (MASCEC) believes everyone also deserves a second chance.
Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Center’s Volunteers Fill Cars with Food Five Days a Week.
Through the efforts of our dedicated staff, volunteers, and donation partners Mid-Atlantic States Career and Education Centers weekly food giveaway in Pennsville included handing out 650 turkeys and all the fixings to needy families in Salem County.
Congratulations to the four senior Gateway Regional High School foods interns for passing the National ServSafe exam!