When it comes to attending college or pursuing a career, everyone’s goals are different. For some, it is important to get into the workforce quickly in an in-demand, high-paying career. For others, they are looking for a more affordable start to a bachelor’s degree without a mountain of debt.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was an option that solved both of these problems?
There is, community college, and April is Community College Awareness Month.
Community College offers students two paths: transfer or direct to the workforce. By transferring, students can transfer credits earned at a lower tuition cost, and continue on to earn their bachelor’s degree. A career path allows the student to quickly earn the degree or credential from a wide variety of program choices and afford them a competitive opportunity to enter the job market.