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Career Pathway Resources

Through Idaho Job Corps, students have many options to chart a path to their eventual careers. As a Job Corps student, you can earn a high school diploma or GED®, Career Technical Certificates (Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced), and Associates degrees.  Please explore the following resources to learn more:

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CSI GED® College and Career

College & Career Readiness offers a wide range of services to help students improve their lives by advancing academic skills, expanding their job potential, and developing their English language capabilities.  These free, non-credit classes are available to anyone at least 16 years of age or older, and not enrolled in school.

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CSI Career Services

We help current and prospective students, alumni, campus, and local community members to meet their educational, career, and life goals by providing current information, strategies, and skills necessary for participants to be actively engaged in their own career development process. Come see us for job placement assistance, resume building, cover letters, interview skills, and more!

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Health Education Programs, Trade, and Industry

Career and Technical Education includes technical and skills-based programs that lead to in-demand, high-paying careers like diesel technology, HVAC, woodworking, pastry and baking, certified nursing assistant, pharmacy tech, phlebotomy, and more.

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CSI Workforce

CSI Workforce Development and Training offers superior hands-on training taught by experts in their field.  Whether you are just starting out in your career or have more experience, we offer training and apprenticeship opportunities for individuals to master new expertise.

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CSI Advising

We assist individuals by teaching valuable skills and providing opportunities for personal growth. Meeting regularly with an advisor will ensure you can take advantage of resources available to you as a student and stay on track with your educational goals.