Luzerne County Community College recently held a recognition ceremony for graduates of the college’s Adult Learners’ Training and Assistance (ALTA) Program which provides preparation classes for passing high school equivalency tests. LCCC offers a free training program for adults who are preparing to take a high school equivalency exam such as the GED or HiSet exams as well as for those who want to improve basic workplace and technology skills. The LCCC ALTA Program also provides literacy training and ESL programs for adult learners and families. The ALTA Program is funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Division of Adult Education, under the Workforce Innovative and Opportunity Act. Shown are ALTA graduates, first row: Manirva DelFino, Plymouth; Jenetta Johnson, Wilkes-Barre; Ishmia Johnson, Wilkes-Barre; Bailey Morgan, Dupont; Cheryl Promovitz, Edwardsville; and Joanie Pachucki, Wilkes-Barre. Second row: Mary Dalmas, Shickshinny, instructor, ALTA, LCCC; Jan Marie Mozeko, Mocanaqua, instructor, ALTA, LCCC; Kimberly Gavlick, Larksville, program director, ALTA, LCCC; Patrick Wharton, Dallas; Barry Moser, Hazleton; and Drew Coffman, Hazleton, instructor, ALTA, LCCC.