Ventura County Adult Education Consortium

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About us

VCAEC is here for you

The vision of the Ventura County Adult Education Consortium is to create a collaborative, seamless, integrated student roadway that is supportive, equitable, and responsive to community needs.
Its mission is to deliver essential programs and services in adult basic and secondary education, English language learning, and career education and training to help adult learners cultivate the skills they need to live, work, and thrive.

Our Outreach

VCAEC is focused on rebuilding and expanding programs, increasing outreach and collaboration among regional partners, continuing to apply lessons learned in the pandemic, and improving its capacity to provide high-quality adult education programs via various modalities–in-person, online, and hybrid.

Your success

VCAEC is also taking this opportunity to look inward, evaluate entrenched practices and ideas, and better understand students’ experiences, and in so doing, better understand ways it might ensure all students, particularly among underserved populations, feel welcome and equipped to succeed.

our continued growth

  • Conejo Valley Adult School surpassed their enrollment goals for 2022-23 by 199% and celebrated the graduation of the highest number of Adult High School Diploma students in over a decade, at 20 students.
  • Ventura Adult and Continuing Education (VACE) achieved exceptional outcomes for their career technical education programs, with completion rates at 94%, placement rates at 97%, and licensure at 100%.
  • Oxnard Adult School has made significant inroads with Oxnard Community College, which will be providing counseling services on the adult school’s campus.

road to your career victory

We’re here to help you on YOUR Road TO SUCCESS

Our main programs are designed to help get you on the path toward your goals.

veronica's journey

Veronica needed training for her current job in order to improve her skills. She chose to further her education to increase her pay.

Career Technical Education

Veronica enrolled in a Career Training Program that doesn’t require a High School Diploma or GED.

High School Diploma

She completed her classes but wanted to continue her journey to earning a diploma that would allow her to enroll in college.

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