Mission GED, Reading Assistance, and Internships
Further Your Education for a Better Life
A good education is important
Learning more is one of the best ways to improve your life. People with higher levels of education are more likely to make more money, be healthy, and live longer lives.
First ChoiceSM by Select Health of South Carolina knows the value of education. That’s why we’re proud to offer special programs, resources, and support to help First Choice members reach their learning goals. If you want to improve or continue your education, we can help.
Mission GED (general educational development)
Getting a GED can change your life.
A GED can help you find a better job, earn a raise, get a college degree, or join the military.
Get general information about GED.
First Choice members can now enroll in our new Mission GED program. Members may have the entire cost of the initial GED test (a $150 value), and one retake test if needed, covered by First Choice, at no cost to you. This program is open to current First Choice members. To qualify, members must be at least 19 years or older, and cannot have a high school diploma or GED.
Get Mission GED applications, complete program information, and registration instructions (PDF).
You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reading Assistance Services
First Choice members who wish to improve their reading and writing skills may qualify for our new Reading Assistance Services program. First Choice can connect you to adult literacy or limited English proficiency programs that can help you with reading and writing. First Choice will cover the program cost, at no charge to you.
Learn more about the Reading Assistance Services program (PDF).
Or, email email@example.com.
Summer college internships
An internship can help a student prepare for the future. First Choice offers paid summer internships to college students interested in a career in health care. Interns will learn about the health care industry, and how we are working to improve access to quality care for South Carolinians. Students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degree programs may qualify for the program.
Learn more about summer internships with AmeriHealth Caritas.