Do you want a better job, but find that not having a high school degree is getting in your way? You can move forward!
Achieving your goals takes time and planning, but you can do it. First, you need to know what your career options are. Then look at the education and job training programs that match your goals.
This step-by-step website gives you the information you need to plan and achieve your education or career goals. Follow these four steps in order. Keep track of useful information in your career plan.
Step 1. Explore Careers
Explore careers that require up to four years of education. You'll learn about job openings, wages, training, and skills.
Step 2. Set Goals
Assess your skills and interests, and match them to careers. Find out the training that is needed to advance. Set goals to make good decisions about your career or education.
Step 3. Get Training
Discover your options for college and job training programs. Find the specific training you need for career advancement.
Step 4. Learn More
Learn about workplace skills. Locate resources to help you overcome obstacles. Find out the benefits of citizenship for non-U.S. born workers.
Success Story: Carlos
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Success Story: Amanda
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