Get Your GED

Its Free – we pay the costs, you do the work.


Step Out, Step Up, Step In – Get your GED Now


Are you ready to step out, step up, and step in to a new opportunity? You can – making a promise to yourself to change your life by getting your GED!  Your GED will open new doors for better paying jobs and give you the confidence you need to succeed.

Imagine you are on a team. The other team has scored some points.  Now it’s your turn to do something. The pressure is on. You have to take three steps. First, step out of the comfort zone. Next, step up get ready to hit the ball. The pitcher throws the ball, now step in to your swing and smack the ball.

Getting your GED is like that. Committing to a GED means you need to step out of your comfort zone, then step up to take action, and step-in to this live changing opportunity.  It is up to you.  Let’s go.

Here is what others are saying about their GED …

“getting my GED was a new start – then college, next doing all kinds of things I never believed possible” 

“the hard part was deciding I was going to do it”

“I waited to long to get started, but now is better then never”

We Open a Door,  You Walk Through

SNAP2Jobs helps you get your GED –  Here are the steps …

  1. Qualify for the free GED Program  – are you currently receiving SNAP benefitsYes – You Qualify!
  2. Fill in our information form details (we need this to validate your SNAP benefit status). We move you into online orientation.
  3. Complete our 20 min online orientation class. We move you to the GED program to get started earning your diploma.
  4. Begin your individual GED program – we assess your needs and set up a specific GED program just for you.
  5. You do the GED work. We track your progress and help you overcome obstacles.
  6. Once you get your GED we help you take a next step toward finding that better job.

Interested?  Fill out the GED Interest Form.

We will review it, and if you qualify we immediately move you on to to step 2.

You can do this!

Am I qualified?

We believe these qualities give you the best chance of GED success:

Motivated – a person ready to take steps to make things better for yourself and your family.

A Learner – a person who wants to know more about life and being successful in the work place.

A Hard Worker  – a person willing to put in the effort to achieve a goal.

A Heart to Persist  – a person who keeps going and doesn’t give up.

Available – a person who dedicate several hours a week to focus on completing the GED program.

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