What will you do in 2018?
What will be different for you in 2018? How will you take control of the new year? Now’s the time to find your passion and act on it.
High School students – Are you enrolled in classes that will lead to a great future and a satisfying career or are you just skating by and hoping for the best? Consider preparing for a better tomorrow through any of the career technical programs offered at the Career Center. Hands-on career technical education can help you gain skills that will qualify you for many good-paying jobs right out of high school…and don’t think career technical graduates are closed out of college or post-graduation technical schools. Many career tech graduates go on to two or four year schools – and sometimes their employers even pay their way!!
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Seniors: Are you on track to graduate in May with most of your credits already in the bag? Do you plan to sit in study halls for the last half of your senior year or do you want to do something exciting? How about taking advantage of every opportunity to make yourself marketable or ready yourself for college? Broaden your skills through the Career Center’s new Senior Now options. Sign up, step into the adult world, and we’ll develop a schedule tailor-made just for you to take Adult Education classes in Welding where you can earn welding certifications or in Business and Finance as you earn Microsoft Office Specialists certifications.
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Adults: Are you living your dream or is your life a nightmare? Do you need a new and better-paying job? Most importantly, do you have the skills you need to put yourself at the top of an employer’s interview list? Skill-building is what Adult Education classes do best. The Career Center offers many programs that have been developed in cooperation with local business and industry. We know what they need and we can give you the skills YOU need to live your dream.
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If you’re lacking a high school diploma, we can help with that, too. Aspire (formerly GED) classes can point you toward your diploma or you can choose the Adult Diploma program. Through the Phlebotomy program at the Career Center or the Essential Office Technologies program at Millersburg, you can not only work toward that elusive diploma but gain work-world skills at the same time.
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So what’s 2018 going to be like for you? Same old, same old, or stepping out and doing something totally new and exciting? Call the Career Center today and talk to high school or adult education counselors. Your future is in YOUR hands. Call 419-289-3313 or 1-800-686-3313.« Back to Blog