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Quick Path to Employment

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We are proud to offer quick training opportunities in a variety of sectors, including healthcare, manufacturing, IT and business. These opportunities can lead to employment with one of our existing employer partners, or others in the region who are hiring for these in-demand positions. These programs also pathway into Clark State technical certificates, associates degrees, bachelor’s degrees and transfer to other 4-year Ohio colleges. This means you can start your new career today and continue your education for advancement when you are ready, on your own schedule.

Looking for a promotion? Several of these short term certifications can be taken to advance your current position within an in-demand sector that will result in promotions and/or higher wages.

Clark State is actively involved in your career success! Through our career services department, we offer all students and alumni access to local and regional job postings, resume and interview coaching and direct connections to local employers through our guaranteed interview program.

Clark State offers easy pathways from these short term programs into advanced certificate and degree programs. When you finish one of these programs, you can come back to Clark State for continued education and advancement, on your own time.

Interested in learning more about pathways and earning college credit?
Contact Adam Parrillo at or 937.429.8928.

Clark State offers several options and assistance to help fund your education and training. Aside from traditional financial aid, we regularly have grant funding to support some of our in-demand programs, as well as, partner with other agencies who can offer funding assistance. If eligible, you may qualify for funding assistance through your county’s OhioMeansJobs office. Please contact your county’s office today for more information!

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Credit Opportunities Adam Parrillo


Workforce Opportunities Bobbi Mills