9 Good Reasons for Enrolling in One of Our Programs

Back to school is not far away! That being said, we often associate back to school with children and teenagers. It is important to mention that a lot of resources and programs are available for adults who wish to complete their education and get their GED. Achieving, the GED can be very beneficial at several levels. If you are thinking of enrolling in one of our programs, or have already thought about it but have never jumped in, here are 9 good reasons to do it!


  1. We offer a wide range of programs tailored to your needs

Our programs are flexible and we are doing all that we can to accommodate our students. Whether online, part-time, or full-time, we have the right program that meets your expectations and needs.


  1. You learn at your own pace in a supportive environment

One of the great benefits of adult education centers is that each person has the opportunity to move at his or her own pace. Indeed, unlike school, if you have more difficulties with math, you can take the time you need to understand the subject matter, all supervised by passionate and dedicated teachers.


  1. Our teachers are concerned with your success

You are lucky to be surrounded and supervised by dedicated teachers concerned with your success. The testimonials of our graduates prove it… our teachers are always appreciated by the students!


  1. Our programs are free and accessible

All of our programs, as well as the GED test, are FREE!!! Financial assistance is also available through Post-Secondary Education and Labor.


  1. Obtaining a GED improves employability

This is an undeniable fact. Today most employers require you to have a high school diploma. It can be much more difficult to find a job without it. Our programs help solve this problem! By getting your GED, you greatly increase your chances of being recruited by potential employers.


  1. Better education increases quality of life

This is also a fact! The more educated you are, the better your chances of not only finding a job, but also finding a more satisfying job which includes higher wages, benefits, and more flexible hours. With a better pay, comes a better quality of life! It is a shame and we acknowledge that money alone does not make us happy, but in a world where everything is more and more expensive, we must admit, it can help!


  1. Your level of education greatly influences your health

Amazing, is not it? But yes, researchers are increasingly interested in the influence of education on people’s health. It is demonstrated that the more educated a person is, the higher his or her life expectancy! Indeed, this would be due to the fact that more educated people adopt healthier lifestyle behaviors.


  1. Learning is good for your memory!

Moreover, it is well established that keeping yourself informed and constantly learning new things helps to stimulate your memory and reduce the risk of suffering from diseases such as Alzheimer’s. It is also proven that a person who has learned to speak several languages is more likely to recover from a stroke.


  1. Your level of education has an influence on your development at work

According to recent studies, the more educated a person is, the happier and more fulfilled that person will be at work. As mentioned earlier, the level of education is directly related to employability. Better employment tends to meet an individual’s needs and expectations, which in turn increases the level of job satisfaction, and thereby reduces the risk of mental illness, such as depression.


These are 9 good reasons to enroll in one of our programs. We hope we are convincing you! Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information by phone at 1-506-778-6998 or by email at info.mali.aami@gmail.com.