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Virginia's Community Colleges
90% of recent high school grads believe they need more education
65% of available jobs will require more than a high school education by 2020
400+ professional credentials can be earned through workforce training
65% of Virginia community college graduates pursue a bachelor's degree through transfer programs.
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Virginia’s Community Colleges Set New Record, Serving 41,000 Veterans
Iraq war veteran and former Specialist Jameson Hughes faced a conundrum last year. A class he needed to take as an ROTC cadet was offered only once in the spring semester, at the same time as his university ROTC class. So, the Chesterfield County resident signed up for an online version of the class being offered by John Tyler Community College.
More than $1.235 million in scholarships have been provided to students throughout the commonwealth thanks to the Virginia Foundation for Community College Education.
Virginia’s Community Colleges are drastically shortening the time it takes students to complete developmental courses, giving them a fighting chance to progress to college-level work and graduate.
Save the date for the 2013 Hire Ed conference, Dec. 11-13 at The Homestead, presented by Virginia’s Community Colleges.
Top occupations listed by projected statewide demand over the next five years.
Find out more about prospective careers – and how a community college can get you there - at VaWizard.org.
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