Career Planning Whether you’re a recent high school grad, mid-career, or considering an occupation, preparing for a new profession can be challenging. To choose an appropriate career, consider your interests, personality, aptitudes, family obligations and financial needs. W o f t c The Career Program Advantage PHSC’s career programs are affordable and manageable. In fact, academic studies can be customized to students’ skill sets, financial situation, and family and work obligations. PHSC offers: • Flexible class schedules • Traditional, hybrid and online classes • Convenient campus locations • Tutoring services • Professional face-to-face advising • Program-specific, honors and interest-based, student clubs and organizations • Internships and employment advising PHSC’s tuition is among the least expensive in the nation. Additionally, more than 60 percent of PHSC students qualify for financial aid and work study programs or are eligible for scholarships. Apply Today! 1–855–NOW–PHSC www.phsc.edu Wpc What are the expectations and benefits of occupations that interest you? Reviewing the following factors now can save you considerable time and expense, and ensure a satisfying career path. Consider: • Expected earning potential • Relocation and/or travel expectations • Team-based or independent work • Traditional work week, or shift, evening, or weekend hours • Indoor or outdoor-based employment • Contact with the public • Computer or data driven work • Interaction with special populations, including children, the elderly or disabled individuals Multiple resources are available on all campuses to assist students with career development including assistance with self assessments, occupational exploration, career and academic planning, and determining career goals. To learn more, visit PHSC’s Career and Testing Services!
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