Trucking remains a strong, stable industry in the US. Job fairs with our business partners will help you with employment after completion. With the economy rebounding and many older workers retiring, the need for trained workers is greater than ever.
At Pioneer, we are committed to meeting the employment needs of the community—including you. We offer career assessment resources, financial assistance, and guidance counseling to help you get on the path to your future perfect career! Visit one of our Open Houses to meet our friendly staff and learn more about our career development programs and certifications.
Having a high school degree is a requirement for most jobs above the minimum wage level and the first step towards pursuing any higher education. Learn More. Through the ASPIRE Program at Merrick House, individuals who need assistance acquiring the skills to be successful in employment, post-secondary education and training can receive FREE classes taught by professional instructors who are dedicated to helping students meet their educational goals.
Tri-Rivers Career Center and Center for Adult Education is a public vocational school that provides career-technical training to high school students and adults in north-central Ohio. The high school students come from schools in MarionMorrow and Union counties. The Adult Education Center has become a regional campus that partners with area businesses to provide lifelong, continuous training programs in computer, health, industrial and public safety fields.
Terra State has partnered with multiple high schools, Career Technical Education Centers, and Ohio Technical Centers Adult Ed to assist students as they transition into college degree programs or prepare to enter the workforce. Because we value your the time and work you have already done, agreements have been created to provide a smooth transition for students from high school or adult education programs into degree programs at Terra State. Students participating in Career Tech programs through their high school, career center or Ohio Technical Center have the opportunity to earn college credit as part of their program and learn valuable skills in areas demanded by business and industry, increasing their marketability in the workforce.
For over 60 years, the Columbus City Schools Department of Adult and Community Education has been committed to providing programs for lifelong learning. Adult Workforce Education courses can be taken in health occupations, skilled trades, and computer applications. You can prepare to earn your high school equivalency by attending free classes, and foreign born adults can learn to read, write, and speak English in our English for Speakers of Other Languages program.
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From basic education to job training, Portage Lakes Career Center provides hands-on, skills-based instruction that will help you meet your educational goals. Whether you are interested in learning a new skillfurthering your education, advancing in your current job or wish to embark on a new career pathPortage Lakes Career Center is here to help you succeed. Adults needing help setting professional goals will benefit from a Career Assessment.