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In our busy world, it may seem hard to find time to do all the projects and activities you want to do.
Going back to school is no exception as it can take a lot of time, dedication, and effort to succeed.
Luckily, going back to school online is easier than ever, especially for busy individuals like single parents, military spouses, and new high school grads.
You can go to school online anywhere, and pretty much at any time you please.
In this post, we dive into who benefits from an online certification.
Parenthood is demanding. If you’re doing it on your own — whether you’ve got one or four kids — finding time to give your kids attention and improve yourself may seem impossible.
But, it’s not.
Given a little creativity and time management, you can build-in going back to school online into your schedule. It might mean waking up a little earlier or going to bed later, but it’s worth it if it means landing a higher-paying job in the long run.
Plus, it’s a way to better your life while teaching your children the value of work ethic and perseverance.
If you prefer not to spend years in school, a short-term certification program like dental assisting can give you new earning power while still spending quality time with your kids when you aren’t studying. Win-win.
While you are an important part of your active duty military spouse’s career success, their career ultimately comes first. This can be a frustrating realization for spouses who have to uproot their own careers often.
An online certification is portable, and it can lead to new career opportunities.
If you’re tired of taking any temp job you can find upon moving, it may be time to change your approach. Military spouses can use MyCAA, an educational benefit of up to $4,000 to go back to school. As long as you attend a MyCAA accredited institution to get a certificate, degree, or license in a highly portable field, your program will be covered.
The best part? The MyCAA benefit can be used for online schools, too. Say goodbye to having to transfer credits every time you PCS.
If you’ve recently graduated from high school but have no idea what you want to do with your life, fear not.
There’s plenty of time to figure it out.
In the meantime, you can keep yourself from getting bored by working a part-time job and earning online certifications in high-demand fields like Information Technology.
All those high school lessons on the computer should pay off for something, right?
If you’re still living at home, it might keep your parents satisfied that you’re working toward a goal and not aimlessly wandering. Plus, if you get a certification or even an associate’s degree in a computer support specialist program, for example, you could be well on your way out of your parents house since the mean pay is $62,770.
Who benefits from an online certification?
Anyone who is looking for flexibility in education, really.
When looking for a new program to explore, you’ll want to make sure the educational institution has a solid reputation and student support.
The way we learn is a deeply personal experience, and finding a school that supports your ultimate goals is a must. That means digging a bit to find student testimonials, reviews, and interacting with the school personnel before you apply.
You’ll want to make sure your hard-earned dollars are going toward a reputable program that will treat you well long after you’ve applied.
Ready to learn more about the online certification education experience? Chat with one of our professional education consultants today!
If you are a military spouse or your training is provided through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), you may be eligible for financial assistance to cover all or some of your tuition.
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