Career Pathways

Career Programs at Continuing Education have been designed with career pathway opportunities in mind. We have created pathways for just about any professional goal that students may have when they first visit our office.

The multi-entry multi-exit feature of our design provides students with the flexibility to start their career exactly where they are. Below is a description of the pathway as it applies to someone that comes in at the very beginning.

After students complete the English as a Second Language (ESL) program, they’re able to pursue three tracks, either one at a time or simultaneously depending on their schedule: they can (1) apply for an entry-level job that does not require a high school diploma or GED, (2) enter a Continuing Education career program that does not require a high school diploma or GED, such as Cake Decorating, Certified Nurse Assistant, Real Estate, Truck Driving, or Welding, and (3) enter the GED program.

Once students complete the GED program (or a Career Pathway Program where they co-enroll in GED and a technical program), they have the opportunity to pursue three tracks, either one at a time or simultaneously depending on their time commitment: they can (1) apply for an entry-level job that requires a high school diploma or GED, (2) enter a credit-bearing certificate or degree program, and (3) enter a Continuing Education career program that requires a high school diploma or GED, such as Bus Driving, Medication Aide, Phlebotomy, Police Academy or Substitute Teacher.

Career Pathways Flowchart


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Programs leading to certification that will make you Competitive and Marketable in the workplace: