Career-focused training may be one option for you
Getting a GED is a way to get back on track if you haven’t finished high school. But after you have earned your GED, what is next? What jobs can you get with a GED?
One option is to enroll in career-focused training at the Harris School of Business. In less than one year’s time, you could be ready for a career in one of these fields:
- Medical Assistant
- Dental Assistant
- Massage Therapist
- Health Claims Specialist (medical billing and coding)
- Pharmacy Technician
- Phlebotomy Technician
- Surgical Technologist
The Harris School accepts students with GEDs. No prior experience and no prior courses are necessary before applying for our job training programs. If you are worried or nervous about going back to school, remember that we are here to help. Our instructors are dedicated to helping all students learn the skills and work habits they need to succeed in their chosen career field.
Like many good things, it takes work to achieve your career training. At the Harris School, students are expected to complete their assignments, keep up their attendance, and put forth their best effort to learn. With the combination of hard work and our supportive staff, many students who came to Harris after earning their GEDs have found success in Harris classrooms.
What are some of the benefits of career-focused education at Harris?
- Most of our job training programs can be completed in less than one year.
- You can apply for financial aid to help you with tuition.
- Our school has a “small school feel.” The class sizes are small, and most classes take place under one roof.
- In most programs, you will be placed in an unpaid externship before graduation to give you “on-the-job” training.
- Our Career Services department will provide assistance as you search for a job.
- You will have the satisfaction of learning new skills and knowing that you are ready for the workforce.
If you are considering career training, take a moment to learn more about the Harris School of Business. With campuses in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Connecticut, we offer over 12 different career-focused training programs.
To get in touch with us, just fill out our simple form, and one of our representatives will contact you to answer your questions.