New Year, New Career? - Pioneer Pacific College

New Year, New Career?

19 December 2013 By Emily Hohf

 

“Is it too late for me to go back to school?” This is common question we hear in our admissions office.

In our opinion, it’s never too late to take steps to make life better.

Many people have the idea that college is only for teens and young adults, but nothing could be further from the truth.  Our student body includes people of many different ages, not just recent high school students.

As we approach the beginning of a new year, there has never been better time to consider a new path.  What are you interested in learning?  What kind of work appeals to you?

Now may be the time to make a change that could positively impact your future success.  Attending college and gaining new skills, at any age, can position you to take advantage of some of the fastest growing occupations .

At Pioneer Pacific College we offer engaging courses of study and a variety of career-driven programs to help you succeed. Click to read about some of our Popular Programs.

And, when you’re ready to learn more or take the next steps toward a new career, Contact Us!

We’re here to support you.

https://www.pioneerpacific.edu/admissions/consumer-info/

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