Healthcare Pathway

Students interested in pursuing a career in healthcare can complete a free industry-recognized credential by earning the Caregiver Core certificate. This program provides the basic level of training needed to work as a caregiver and students can take advantage of our employer relationships to jump-start their career. In addition, students have the option to continue their training through post-secondary pathway partnerships.

Ready to take the next step and start the application?

All Rights Reserved. Graduation Alliance. Copyright ©2007-2018.

INTERESTED IN MORE INFORMATION?

Fill out the form below and an enrollment counselor will contact you shortly.

LEARN MORE

By completing this form you are agreeing to be contacted by phone, email and/or text from our team to learn more.

START APPLICATION

The Michigan 23+ Adult 
Diploma & Training Program is the opportunity you've been looking for.

Any Michigan resident 23 years of age or older who completed 10th grade can now earn a diploma at no cost!

How can this program be free?


Is the program online?


Michigan 23+ 
Adult Diploma & Training Program

Is the high school diploma accredited?


Graduation Alliance is able to offer this program for free to residents through a state funded initiative with Michigan’s Talent Investment Agency.
Yes. You will receive a high school diploma that is fully accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission which is a division of AdvancEd.
Yes. All of our classes are fully online, allowing you to work from anywhere and at any time.
How do I qualify?


To qualify for the high school diploma program you have to be a Michigan resident, 23 years of age or older and completed 10th grade of high school.

Interested in pursuing a career in healthcare?

Construction Pathway
Interested in a career in construction or skilled trades? With more than 450,000 jobs available nationwide over the next three years, you can get started in the construction industry by earning the NCCER Core Certification. This certificate is authorized by the Association of Builders and Contractors and is nationally recognized by employers as the gold standard for entry level construction workers. This certificate requires one day of face-to-face training and may be completed before you finish your high school diploma.
Fix the following errors:
Hide