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Are there on-line courses available to me?
What on-line courses and certifications can help me secure a higher-paying job?
What career courses and training can help me get a higher-paying job?
Are there opportunities for on-line professional development?
What career might fit you best?
What resources are available to help me with education (tuition assistance) and employment?
Want to be more equipped to help your students make good choices about the future? Kevin Fleming provides an amazing overview about Success in the New Economy:
Want to learn more about entrepreneurship and the resources available for business start-ups in our region?
Need help with transportation to school or work?
Looking for a program to boost your Kindergarten-8th grade child’s skills in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)?
There are free resources you may not have thought of to help you with employment, education, training, and job preparedness. Check out what’s available to you here:
Looking for learn and earn opportunities?
Looking for a job and need a little help?
Need a ride to get you where you need to go? If it’s around Las Cruces Roadrunner is just one of the ways you can get around:
If you need to connect in the northern and southern parts of the county, South Central Regional Transit is a very affordable way to get from here to there:
Doña Ana Community College (DACC) offers career-focused programs that range from certificates to associate degrees.
Shorter-term, career-specific training and work supports:
One- to -two-year career certificates and degrees:
What programs are available through DACC’s South County Branches:
Once you find your path, you can get ahead on getting registered:
Need financial assistance? Visit DACC’s Financial Aid Office to see if they can help:
Get a headstart on financial aid by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. You can find directions and the on-line form here:
DACC also offers a helpful career navigation tool:
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