Career Ready You is Amarillo College's innovative new program that combines college courses wtih High School Equivalency (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. Sucessful students will not only accomplish their goal of an ESL or GED certificate, they will also emerge from the program as an active college student in a College Certificate program that leads to an Associate's Degree.
If you need to improve your English to enter post-secondary academic or career training programs, the English as a Second Language (ESL) for Career Ready You at Amarillo College is the place for you!
Career Ready You welcomes individuals at the low-beginning to advanced levels who want to better their English. Academic and career-focused, non-credit English classes are offered to citizens, permanent residents, refugees, and others who want to improve their reading, writing, speaking, land listening. Students enrolling only in ESL for CRU courses are not required to meet any college admission requirements. Click "Learn more about ESL classes" below to get started!
Career Ready You isn't just a GED program...
Students have an opportunity to simultaneously enroll in GED classes and academic college courses. Career Ready You is designed to help students earn a Level 1 or Level 2 certificate while working on obtaining their GED certificate. The academic coursework is typically stackable and could lead to an Associate's degree or greater! Click "Learn more about GED classes" below to get started!
Want more information? Visit one of our campuses:
Monday - Thursday
8:30 am - Noon
or 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Amarillo College: Community Link Campus
2412 N. Grand Street
Amarillo, TX 79107
Amarillo College: Washington Street Campus
Ware Student Commons, Suite 305
2201 S Washington Street
Amarillo, TX 79109
To access your ESL class, please visit: www.burlingtonenglish.com
To access your GED class, please visit: actx.blackboard.com
To access your email, please visit: Amarillo College Gmail
What if I don't know my BlackBoard Account information?
You can find tech support for this, and other systems here: Getting Started
You can also find information about learning and working remotely here: https://www.actx.edu/remote/
For a list of resources, please visit: www.actx.edu/remote
Free WIFI Hotspots: https://awbroadband.net/free-wi-fi-hotspots/