Indiana residents 22 years of age or older can now earn a diploma at NO COST!  The Indiana Workforce Diploma Program is the opportunity you’ve been looking for.

How can this program be free?
 
Graduation Alliance is able to offer this program for free through a state-funded initiative from the Indiana Governor’s Workforce Cabinet.

INDIANA GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Medical Billing and Coding

Ideal for those interested in developing practices with health information management, health documentation, protocols with accessing health data, insurance claims, payment adjudication, and more.

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Is the high school diploma accredited?
 
Yes. You will receive a high school diploma that is fully accredited by Cognia and is accepted by employers, colleges and the military.
How do I

qualify?

To qualify you have to be an Indiana resident, 22 years or older, completed some of 10th grade, have access to a computer with internet and have not completed a TASC or other high school credential.

In order for students to earn their high school diploma through the Indiana Workforce Diploma Program, they have to meet Indiana state graduation requirements. Every student receiving a public education through the state of Indiana must complete these graduation requirements to earn a high school diploma.

Once you are approved to be enrolled into the program, your academic coach will let you know your full graduation plan and which courses you’ll need to complete. As part of your post-secondary ready competency pathway you do have an option to complete an industry-recognized credential or you can complete a business concentration. We have four IRCs to choose from:

Is the program online?
 
Yes. All of your classes are fully online, allowing you to work from anywhere and at any time. 

Indiana Workforce 
Diploma Program

NOT SURE WHICH CAREER PATHWAY TO CHOOSE?

Here's a list by industry to assist you.

IT

CompTIA A+ or CompTIA ITF

These IT credentials allow students to demonstrate sufficient know-how to enter into IT customer service jobs. CompTIA ITF is a great option for individuals new to IT, while A+ is better suited to individuals who have some experience with hardware and software.

Healthcare or Culinary

ServSafe Food Manager

The ServSafe Food Manager credential is an important qualification for working in food service in residential healthcare facilities and restaurants.

Business or Logistics

Microsoft Office Specialist

For students who plan to enter into a traditional business environment, certifying in Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and one other tool creates a competitive advantage for hiring.

Certified Logistics Tech (Manufacturing Skills Standards Council)

The MSSC CLT credential for business operations and logistics is recognized by business operations industry across the country with many employers guaranteeing interviews and offering very competitive wages for CLT holders.

Manufacturing

Certified Production Tech (Manufacturing Skills Standards Council)

The MSSC CPT credential is widely accepted as verification of the knowledge and skills needed by entry-level production technicians in the advanced manufacturing space.

Childcare

Child Development Associate

For individuals who have at least 3 years’ experience working in preschools or daycares. This credential requires work experience hours, portfolio development, and an exam.

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Certified Pharmacy Technician
Join the evolving, in-demand field of pharmaceuticals as a certified pharmacy technician! Pharmacy technicians manage inventory, receive prescription requests, measure medications, establish and maintain patient records, and process insurance claims, among other duties. This pathway prepares you for the ExCPT exam, which leads to certification.
CompTIA ITF
Ideal for a variety of jobs in the IT field, professionals working in fields that require a broad understanding of IT or marketing, sales and operations staff in IT-based organizations. 
Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS)
Perfect for office roles including Executive Assistant, Administrative Assistant, Secretary, Reservations, Coordinator, Database Specialist, Analyst, or Project Coordinator.

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ServSafe Food Manager
Intended for jobs in the restaurant industry such as Food Runner, Busser, Line Cook, Cafeteria Staff, Bartender, Food Service Specialist, Food Safety, Kitchen Prep, and Nutrition.