IMPORTANT NOTICE: As part of the ongoing effort to limit community spread of COVID-19,
many of our programs are being delivered online. Please see program pages for more
The Bridge Program classes in literacy and math prepare you for the GED®, the next step in your career, or college. Classes are open to all students who meet the placement requirement in reading.
GED® Testing & Transcripts
The GED® is a four-part nationally recognized high school equivalency test aligned with state standards.
English Language Studies (ELS)
ELS classes are available in levels 1 - 6 to give students an understanding of the basics of the English language.
The goal of the program is to help speakers of other languages achieve a level of English proficiency to function better in everyday living, enter a job training program, improve performance in current jobs, and/or pursue other goals.
RI-BEST classes are offered for students to take college-level courses and get additional academic support in these classes. RI-BEST students will earn college credit and have teachers to provide additional tutoring in academic courses.
Corporate Language Training
Rhode Island’s top employers partner with CCRI to ensure their workforce is ready for the economy of tomorrow. Workforce training funding is available for many of these programs, so some training may be FREE.
Adult Education Professional Development
CCRI develops, implements and evaluates professional development for Rhode Island Adult Education providers in collaboration with RIDE and the Rhode Island Tech Hub for Adult Education.
Workforce ProgramsMore Info
- Adult Education Professional Development
- Bridge to Best Program
- Corporate Language Training
- English Language Studies (ELS)
- GED® Testing & Transcripts
CCRI Career Services provides students and alumni with high-quality services, support, and resources for successful career planning and superior experiential learning opportunities.
The CCRI Workforce Partnerships Team works in close collaboration with industry and business leaders to ensure the college’s offerings are meeting both current and future workforce needs.