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The Career Development Center offers a variety of program options to meet your post-secondary education and training needs.  


Career Development Programs:

  • Offer students education and training for the purpose of job entry and job advancement.

  • Include placement assistance and employability skills training.

  • Provide opportunities for trade certifications and credentials in a variety of skilled areas.

  • Allow students to apply for Financial Aid, such as Federal Pell Grants and FAFSA  (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

  • Offer a student an opportunity to take a WorkKeys Assessment and attain a program-specific passing score.


In addition to Career Development Programs, the Career Center offers:

  • Information on how to acquire a GED through an Adult Diploma Program for adults 20+ years old who do not have a High School Diploma or GED.

  • Customized Programs for businesses of all sizes in a number of industries.

  • Information on Continuing Education Courses for adult students who need recertification.

  • Informative information on Personal Enrichment and Special Interest Courses for students who wish to gain knowledge for personal enrichment.

CDC is open to students 18 years or older who hold a high school diploma or GED and are looking to enter or re-enter the workforce or start a new career. These requirements may be waived if the student is enrolling in a specially designated program such as the Adult Diploma Program (ADP) or programs designed to enhance a high school students’ credential attainment. All exceptions may require proper documentation and prior administrative approval.

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