The Southwest Riverside County Adult Education Regional Consortium

was established in response to Assembly Bill 86 (AB86). The intent of AB86 is to expand and improve the provision of adult education via the 70 consortia in California. Additionally, the consortium includes partner organizations representing local community and work-based organizations. The Southwest Riverside County Adult Education Consortium serves a 1,700 square mile area in central and southwestern Riverside County. Read More

GED courses will prepare students to take the GED Exam, a battery of five comprehensive examinations. LEARN MORE
ESL programs provide English learners with listening, speaking, reading, writing, and critical thinking skills. The program offers six (6) ESL levels, ranging from beginning literacy to advanced English language development. LEARN MORE
Short-term CTE programs with high employment potential consist of a course of study, or an organized sequence of courses leading to a career technical certificate that is directly related to employment. LEARN MORE
Apprenticeship is a system of learning while earning, and “learning by doing”. It combines training on the job with related and supplemental instruction at school. LEARN MORE
Our Adult Education diploma programs are designed to offer support for Adults with Disabilities between the ages of 18-22. We offer access to IEP-driven curriculum for students working towards a full high school diploma. LEARN MORE

The purpose of citizenship education in schools is to prepare students for success in the Citizenship Interview and Examination as administered by the U. S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS). LEARN MORE

Adult Education Programs

Find colleges located in the Southwest Riverside Adult Education Regional Consortium.

Why Go Back to School?

Disparity among Millennials Ages 25-32 by Education Level in Terms of Annual Earnings

Unemployment Rate

Living in Poverty

Bachelor’s degree or  more
$45,500
2 yr. degree / Some college
$30,000
High School Graduate
$28,000
Bachelor’s degree or more
3.8%
2 yr. degree / Some college
$8.1%
High School Graduate
12.2%
Bachelor’s degree or  more
5.8%
2 yr. degree / Some college
14.7%
High School Graduate
21.8%
Going back to school was the best decision I could have made. I work full-time but my advisor, teachers and staff helped make it work.
Now I have a degree and already have a job opportunity!
Reyna Ortega

Our Members

Our consortium is made up of the following members:

Our Partners