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Workforce Development Students

Whether you are returning to college, a new student, changing careers or advancing within your profession, planning is essential.
  1. Speak with a Workforce Advisor - A Workforce Development student is a person who is enrolled in an Associate in Sciences degree, Associate in Applied Science degree, or College Credit Certificate. Provides prospective and current students with the requirements of A.S. degree programs and application process for limited access programs in Nursing, Respiratory Care, Radiologic Technology and Health Information Technology. If you are only pursing an Associate in Arts degree, start with the Academic Advising Office.

  2. Develop a plan of action - Includes development of an individualized plan for selecting, applying to, enrolling in and completing an Associate in Science degree or certificate program in Allied Health (Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care, Health Information Technology) Criminal Justice, Nursing, Business and Computer Science.

      NEW STUDENTS - To get started and apply to the College complete orientation online. This can be done before or after speaking with a Workforce Advisor.

      DUAL ENROLLMENT STUDENTS - Please seek initial advisement with the Dual Enrollment office and your guidance counselor. For information about articulated credit opportunities, such as credit for industry certification please visit the Career Pathways page.

      Explore Careers and Programs - A Workforce Advisor may help you locate resources for career research, labor market information, and employment. Resources provide typical salary levels, job growth, degree type and program/major required and the day-to day job tasks for various professions. Visit Career Coach to get started.

    View the two-year course rotation schedule for Workforce programs at SJR State. The schedule will provide you with the correct sequence of courses for your program. To find the two-year course rotation schedules, from the Workforce Development homepage, click on the Area of Study in the left hand menu. Then select the "Program Plan - Course Rotation" link which appears below the title of each degree. Workforce Advisors are available to help you develop this plan & select your courses.

  3. Secure Employment - Attend a career, information or transfer fair. Use your SJR State account for the College Central Network local and nationwide job boards. Visit your local CareerSource office. For more information, see the Career Services page.

    Don't forget to apply for graduation in order to receive your diploma.
    For assistance contact George Brownett, Workforce Specialist, (904) 808-7480