Skill Building in My Community

Whether you’re still in junior high or high school, recently graduated or ready to switch directions in your career, there are many choices available to you in southeast Ohio.

Which training program and school is best for you? Explore the programs offered by schools that are part of Careers in My Community to provide guidance, information, training and real career opportunities.

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Adult Technical Training

The Career Center provides short-term, hands-on training in industrial, medical and business/IT programs that build skills and expertise in demand by employers. The school has worked with business and industry for nearly 50 years, developing programs that prepare graduates to enter the workforce.

March 28, 2018

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Mid-East Career and Technology Centers

Mid-East Career and Technology Centers believes every student deserves the choice to make their education a real-world experience. By integrating strong academics with robust career-mind education, our students expand their opportunities to succeed in today’s economy.

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Noble Local School District

The Noble Local School District (NLSD) has invested a great deal of time and energy in the process of creating a growth minded culture that values high expectation, effort, perseverance, innovation, and a constant commitment to learning and improvement.

August 20, 2018

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Ohio College Tech Prep

Ohio College Tech Prep is the combination of 37 colleges and universities working with 91 Career Technical Planning Districts to insure a growing number of opportunities for students to seamlessly transfer skills and credits from secondary schools and adult education into higher education opportunities, and jobs.

April 19, 2018

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Zane State College

Established in 1969, Zane State College offers an accredited education at campuses in Zanesville and Cambridge, Ohio. These two-year programs provide an experience-based education for modern careers, plus an affordable start on bachelor’s degrees at four-year institutions.

March 28, 2018

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