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Options for Life After High School

Do you dream of being a pastry chef? Building cars? If you have specific career goals, you may want to consider a college that trains you in that particular area.

To prepare for some careers you may need to attend a specialized college — such as culinary college. For others, especially more technical jobs, you may need to go to a vocational-technical college. 

Accredited institutions like these prepare students for specific skill-based careers, and are known as career colleges. Career college programs generally range from two to four years, depending on the extent of training required.

While many students choose to attend career colleges, others pursue these interests at community colleges, which often have lower tuition costs. Consider which one best suits your needs as you explore your options.

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Keiser University

At Keiser University we are here to help you succeed by providing the professional and academic foundation to meet your educational goals and objectives. Keiser University continues to be a valuable partner to employers, the community, and, above all...

Florida

Mildred Elly

The mission of Mildred Elley is to provide quality career education and technical training to allow students of diverse educational, cultural and personal backgrounds to become successful in an ever-changing global economy. Mildred Elley strives to...

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Miller-Motte College

At Miller-Motte, we believe that everyone has their own career path, and we are dedicated to helping you find yours. Each of our students can get a different educational experience, allowing you to get the hands-on learning experience that can prepare...

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Pacific Oaks College

Pacific Oaks College is a not-for-profit, accredited higher education institution offering bachelor's-completion, master's, and certificate programs in human development, counseling, education, early childhood education, and teacher credentialin

California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Online, Oregon, Texas, Washington

Penn Foster High School

Join over 60,000 students like you, who choose Penn Foster to earn an affordable, accredited high school diploma online, on their terms. Whether you are looking to go to college, or right into the workforce, Penn Foster High School can teach you the knowl

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