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High School Equivalency Program

 "Sembrando el futuro"                  "We did it"

About HEP

As part of a region steeped in a tradition of agriculture, Northern New Mexico College is proud to offer migrant and seasonal farm workers support and resources to earn their General Education Diplomas. Through its federally funded High School Equivalency Program, Northern provides up to 100 qualifying students with high quality GED instruction, books and supplies, college and career advice and a weekly stipend.

Northern is also committed to preparing students for life after a GED, whether it be going to college or entering the workforce.

For more information about whether you might qualify for HEP, please visit our office in Room 114 of the Sostenga! building or contact us by phone or e-mail.

John Sena, Director
Phone: (505) 747-5441
Fax: (505) 747-5403
john.sena@nnmc.edu

 

WHAT DOES HEP PROVIDE?

  • GED preparation and classroom instruction
  • Books and other learning materials
  • GED Testing Costs
  • GED Computer assisted learning
  • Weekly stipend and Transportation allowance
  • Meal allowance
  • Academic, vocational and career advisement
  • Post HEP assistance
  • Day and evening classes at the Española Campus

How do I apply to HEP?

  • Call Carmen Lobato at our toll free number 1-866-247-6205, or
  • request an application packet from our friendly staff at:
    921 Paseo de Onate, Espanola, NM  87532


Come see us at one of our two sites! Se habla Español.
Española Campus
JCI Building Office #114
Room 100

TCEDC Complex
Suite F
1021 Salazar Rd.
PO Box 1389
Taos, New Mexico 87571
(575) 758-9369
 

Spring and Summer 2012 HEP Newsletter