Adult Career and Education Services seeking more students

Laramie County Community College has an Adult Career and Education Services program seeking more students to enroll for the spring English as a Second Language session. The session begins on March 5.

Adult Career and Education Services – or ACES – is a grant-funded program that provides education for those seeking English as a Second Language, U.S. Citizenship and/or a High School Equivalency Certificate. ACES provides courses that are completely free to their students. Those courses are High School Equivalency Certificate Preparation, English as a Second Language, Adult Education and Adult Secondary Education.

Classes are offered at LCCC from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursdays and by appointment on Fridays. More information can be found at, or by emailing

About Jesse Twitchell (15 Articles)
My name is Jesse Twitchell, and I was born and raised in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I graduated high school in 2012, and shortly after, I started attending classes at Laramie County Community College. I’ve been a Multimedia major for the entire time I have attended this college. I took a break from school in 2014 when I joined the Wyoming Air National Guard, and attended training in Texas, Arkansas and Washington. My position in the Air Force is C-130 Loadmaster. I coordinate airdrops, as well as overseeing the on-loading and off-loading of our cargo aircraft. On my time off from work and school, I write music and play videogames. I do not have a favorite genre of music, however I mostly write acoustic songs on the guitar. I am looking forward to finishing my multimedia degree and moving on to the University of Wyoming to continue my education.

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