Arapahoe Community College’s Testing Center, in conjunction with the ASVAB Career Exploration Program, will facilitate an opportunity for residents of the Arapahoe County Residential Center (ACRC) to have their ASVAB test scores interpreted on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 11, at the ACC Littleton Campus, as announced earlier this week by ACC Testing Center Coordinator Dawn Stratton.
Stratton, along with ASVAB Career Exploration Program Manager Richard Scott, will welcome more than a dozen ACRC residents who recently took the ASVAB test to the ACC library computer lab on Jan. 11 to have their results interpreted. Scott will also provide ACRC residents with access to the ASVAB website that afternoon for further analysis of their tests.
The ASVAB test, or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, is the most widely used multiple-aptitude test battery in the world. As an aptitude test, the ASVAB measures strengths, weaknesses and potential for future success. The ASVAB also provides test takers with career information for various civilian and military occupations.
The Arapahoe County Residential Center is a residential and non-residential correctional program located in Littleton. The goal of the ACRC is to provide an intensive treatment program that will assist residents in their recovery while teaching social and personal skills that promote healthy living for themselves and their families.
For more information about Arapahoe Community College, please contact Communications Coordinator Jeff Duggan at 303.797.5709 or email@example.com.