The Borderland High School Equivalency Program (BHEP) is a federally funded grant five-year discretionary grant from the Office of Migrant Education that assists migrant and seasonal farm workers and members of their immediate family and earn their General Education Development (GED) certificate.
This program equips participants to enter post secondary education or training programs, upgraded employment or the military. Participants are provided individualized instruction in small face-to-face classes, coaching and supportive services.
Project Goal and Objectives
Support the educational attainment of migrant and seasonal farmworkers in targeted Texas and New Mexico communities to improve their career and economic status.
• 80 Participants, per year, will be registered for BHEP services.