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Wouldn’t it be wonderful to find a resource that could help you find your perfect career and guide you through the steps to begin it?
You have one — your Guided Pathway to Success!
A guided pathway will help you earn a college credential and build a career.
Are you ready to combine your intelligence with your imagination?
Perhaps to write a novel? Capture a stunning sunset? Produce an award-winning play?
Arts, Humanities, Communications and Design career path offers lots of exciting options to develop your talents and then channel them into a rewarding career. Whether you want to speak with movement, inspire through visual art or rely on the power of the pen, this career path is fueled by ideas and discussion.
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The ability to organize, plan, manage teams and projects ...
The skills you'll build in our
Business career path are in high demand among employers in virtually
any industry. That is what makes the Business career path so flexible! You will learn skills that help you succeed in college, in your career and in everyday life.
Let's get down to business.
From kids in pre-K to high school teens, children are eager to learn and grow (and one day enter the workforce). But they can’t do it alone. They need strong teachers — ones who are college-trained and student-focused — to help them reach their full potential. Because better education means a better life.
Do you believe quality education matters? Are you ready to inspire the next generation?
Build your skill sets with the
Education career path. There are lots of areas within the career path for you to explore.
Are you motivated by the desire to help others? That trait is extremely valuable, especially in today’s economy! The demand for health care workers is rapidly growing as the population ages, life expectancy increases and more Americans have insurance coverage.
Health Sciences career path allows you to follow your calling and lead your career in a direction that pays well. There are numerous specialties to choose from.
Realize your full potential to help others. Get training that is meaningful and hands on.
Make a living making a difference.
Thoughts are just that — thoughts. But actions, now those take you somewhere!
Industry, Manufacturing and Construction career path is all about action. It is for those who want to think and do. Those who want to grow a project from an initial concept to a permanent, finished product. To take pride in their work but continue exploring new skills every day.
A substantial number of workers in this career path are entering retirement. New “doers” are needed to complete projects and to supervise workers. If you build the right skills and knowledge now, job opportunities are everywhere.
Protective gear required!
Are you a people person? The
Social Sciences and Public Service career path offers the opportunity for you to build skills that will better the lives of people in your community. You will explore relationships, patterns and trends in society (and among individuals), then use that information to make a difference.
You could help establish justice as a paralegal. Protect children or the elderly as a social worker. Or advocate for change at the state or federal level by serving in government. There is a vast range of opportunities in this career path, but they all share one thing in common: servant leadership.
Do more good.
Got questions? Go ahead, ask away.
STEM career path is for the curious! It is a career path where inquiry fuels discovery and the natural world collides with a world that is man-made.
If you are ready to innovate, to educate and/or to lead in the sciences, technology, engineering or math, the STEM career path is your first step. Because it’s not about what STEM can do. It’s about what you can do with STEM.
Break your limits.