You’ve thought that it might be time to change careers. You’ve wondered if going back to school could help you earn a promotion in the new year. You may have even planned on a career training course to prepare for your military-to-civilian transition.
We can help. At University of the Potomac, new career training classes are helping veterans, their family members, military service member’s, career changers and the unemployed find success in competitive new job fields after going back to school.
Learn about opportunities in the new year with The Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center. New Education 2 Employment classes are developed by industry experts to give you the knowledge, skills, and abilities to grow your career, start a new career, or change to your next career.
Opportunities for Veterans
Transitioning servicemembers and veterans can use GI Bill benefits to transition from military service into a competitive civilian job. Flexible, online courses include training for careers in information technology, cyber security, business and healthcare. Search online classes to prepare for the latest, in-demand jobs.
Help for Career Changers
Training Assessment Manager are standing by to answer your questions. These professionals will guide you through every step of the process, from pre-enrollment to course completion. Have a question? Request information using the link to the right of any online program to connect with a training advisor.
Scholarships for Military Spouses
With the new Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) Initiative, Military Spouses can qualify for up to $4,000 in scholarships toward their education. Learn more at the our MyCAA portal online. Our proven courses have helped thousands of spouses meet their educational goals to get the careers they deserve.
Get Started Today
At University of the Potomac, we’re serious about helping you keep your New Year’s resolution to go back to school. Ask a training advisor about professional and continuing education classes today at 1-844-235-9108 or [email protected]. Visit the Potomac Workforce Training & Development Center online to learn more at https://potomac.theknowledgebase.org.
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