Explore a variety of career education and training options listed below.
Apprenticeship - An employer's formal training program combining on-the-job learning with technical instruction for a specific trade.
Certifications - An examination or a record of work-related credentials. Issued to an individual by an external organization to communicate a certain level of skill attainment. Required in some occupations, for example nursing assistants and financial advisors.
Community College - Institution typically offering two-year or associate of arts degree that can transfer to a four-year college or university.
Technical College - One- to two-year training programs in a variety of subject areas. Short-term training also available.
4-year College or University - Earn a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree in your chosen field of study.
Customized Training - Topic-specific, short-term training designed for a specific employer.
Internships - Opportunity for hands-on, real work experience. May be required in some college majors, or may be an entry-level internship you apply for after graduating college.
Job Corps - A free, Department of Labor program designed for individuals ages 16-24 to obtain training and job skills.
Job shadowing - A short-term visit to a worksite. Choose a career of interest and set up a time to follow someone on the job throughout his or her workday.
Professional development - Training to enhance your job skills.
Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Training - Federal program that provides short-term training and education at technical colleges, community colleges, and universities.
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Career Advancement Degrees
Earning a degree is one of the quickest ways to increase your earning potential and marketability. The degree programs listed below are uniquely designed for
working professionals and students seeking to advance their career opportunities.