Arkansas GED Test Programs
GED Test Administrator
Arkansas Department of Workforce Education
Luther S. Hardin Building
Three Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201-2729
Arkansas GED Information
Am I eligible to take the GED Tests?
You are eligible to take the GED Tests if you are not enrolled in and have not graduated from high school and you meet the requirements set by Arkansas regarding age and residency. You must have an Arkansas driver's license or official Arkansas state picture identification card to take the GED Test or other government ID with proof of Arkansas residency.
How much does it cost to take the GED tests?
At the present time, there is no charge to take the tests in Arkansas.
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Spotlight on Jobs and Careers in Arkansas.College Scholarship programs in the State of Arkansas
Conservation Scholarship Program
Are you interested in the environment?
Are you considering a career in conservation?
Many fields of study both in high school and college can lead to an exciting career in conservation. Education obtained in law enforcement, fisheries management, wildlife management, public relations, environmental education and interpretation and many other fields is always a benefit to the Arkansas.
Scholarship Minimum Requirements
Scholarship Applicants must be Arkansas high school seniors or Arkansas college undergraduates pursuing a career in the field of natural resources conservation. They must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 in the first year. Applicants must not have received a full scholarship or grant from another source. Only resident students paying in-state tuition may apply. Selections are based purely on merit, without discrimination to race, sex, religion, age, color or national origin.
The scholarship grants $2,000 per calendar year for freshmen and sophomores, and $3,000 for juniors, seniors and graduate students. Juniors must have 60 cumulative credit hours to receive a $3,000 scholarship. Applicants must submit a renewal application each semester along with current official transcript to continue funding each year and are eligible for up to four years of scholarship funding. Scholarship funds are restricted to tuition, books, fees and lodging. Scholarships are paid directly to the college or university.
How are scholarship recipients chosen?
The selection committee is made up of persons not employed by the AGFC. They make selections based on a standardized scoring system approved by the AGFC.
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