Butler County ESC Aspire 

In person classes at Court Street are cancelled today, Tuesday, Feb. 13th. We will see you on Wed. 

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Fill out the form including birthdate and social security number. These are needed for data purposes for the state. We are a state and federally grant funded program. 


2.Please fill out the google form by clicking  Enrollment Questions.

3. Watch for a Google Invite once you complete the registration and enrollment questions. 

    

Butler County ESC Aspire

Main Office:  228 Court St., 3rd Street, Hamilton, OH 45011

Mailing Address: 400 N Erie Blvd., Suite A, Hamilton, OH 45011

Call:  513-894-0301

Email: butlercountyaspire@gmail.com



Please note that children are not permitted in Aspire classes.

Post Secondary Educational & Training Partners 

Academic Essential classes at Miami Regionals. ESOL at VOA campus.

 WorkKeys Essentials FREE test preparation or need to get your high school equivalency.  

www.bcesc.org

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ESL Sites:  228 Court Street, Miami Regionals VOA, Ohio Means Jobs, and Robert Sonny Hill Community Center.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Butler County Aspire Program is to provide high quality, career focused educational opportunities for all adults who need additional academic skill building necessary to be self-sustaining 21st century workers. Our goal is to help learners develop a career pathway which includes academic skill building and high school completion to transition to post-secondary training leading to career attainment.

Our Vision

Butler County Aspire Program will provide flexible academic instruction for adult learners - supporting literacy, career planning and development, self-sufficiency, English language development, and economic success for all students served in the program.

Butler County Aspire is a proud partner of #MoveAheadWithAdultEd, a new national campaign enrolling adult learners into career training programs that equip them with skills that lead to jobs paying a family-sustaining wage.

 The campaign targets the millions of Americans who need to reskill or upskill to re-enter the workforce.