The
Good
Neighbor
Initiative

Empowering the communities we serve through education

A Different Approach to Education

The Good Neighbor Initiative is a charitable initiative that provides no-cost educational resources to the members of communities in five different U.S. states. Among other things, we offer GED® test prep courses, career skills workshops, and college scholarship programs at no cost to community members. We’re also involved in a variety of local charitable events at local college campuses.

Why do we do all these things? It’s simple, really. We believe everyone deserves a shot at a better life, and we believe that the best way to get that shot is through education.

NO-COST GED®
test prep

For one reason or another, many people are unable to finish high school, and it’s usually because of circumstances beyond their control. For them, finding a decent job or going to college can be a real struggle—if not completely impossible.

At the Good Neighbor Initiative, we strive to help community members by providing no-cost GED® test prep courses. We provide everything at no cost to the student, including instruction, learning materials, and computerized practice tests. We even pay for the GED® test fee! We do all this to help combat unemployment and to help community members go to college.


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NO-COST classes
and workshops

At the Good Neighbor Initiative, we offer a variety of classes and workshops to help people from every walk of life get ahead. These classes and workshops cover a variety of topics, such as:

  • How to find college scholarships
  • How to get college financial aid
  • Career skills and planning
  • No-cost tax help
  • … and more at individual locations


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Career and
charitable events

In addition to everything we just mentioned, the Good Neighbor Initiative hosts a variety of events at local college campuses. These include things such as:

  • Career fairs
  • Professional meet-and-greets
  • Fundraisers for local charities
  • Donation drives
  • … and more at individual locations


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College scholarships

The Good Neighbor Initiative also offers a wide range of scholarship* programs to help community members go to college. These include scholarships for first-time-degree students, single parents, minority groups, and many other types of students. These scholarships aren’t based solely on grades or previous test scores.

For those who pass their GED® test through one of our no-cost prep courses, we even have our "Build a Better Future" Scholarship, which awards students with $3,000 toward an Associate’s or a Bachelor’s degree at one of three colleges: Stevens-Henager College, CollegeAmerica , or California College San Diego.


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Jennifer Chapman

"Not having my high school diploma was holding me back from getting a good job. When I heard about this no-cost GED® test preparation on the radio, I had my doubts. But I was happy to find out I really didn't have to pay a cent! Now I'm working my way up in a new carrer."

Ayleen Perez
Flagstaff, Arizona

Our family of colleges

Our family of colleges is dedicated to helping students reach their educational goals. Choose from employment-oriented degrees in healthcare, business, technology, and graphic arts.**

California College San Diego

California College San Diego has empowered students with life-changing degrees since 1976.

CollegeAmerica

Founded in 1964, CollegeAmerica provides career-focused programs to students in Arizona and Colorado.

Stevens-Henager College

From its beginnings in Ogden, Utah, Stevens-Henager College has created a 120-year legacy of student success.

10,000
successful GED® test passers since 2009 … it’s our legacy.

Now's your time to succeed!

It’s Your Time to Move Ahead

Schedule your NO-COST GED® test course orientation today!



* Required Fields

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Must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident and at least 18 years of age. By providing us with your phone number, you consent to be contacted by Stevens-Henager College or its affiliated schools about their educational programs. This contact may be by phone, auto dialer, recorded message, or text. You may still attend without providing this consent.

Be sure to arrive early! Latecomers will have to reschedule their orientation.