Once you have an idea of the career you want to pursue, do you know what it takes to get there? Oftentimes individuals have an idea of a particular job, but struggle with getting clear cut information on the best path to get there. Want to become a chef? Interested in graphic design? Would like to work for the Forestry Service? Contacting vocational schools and colleges can be confusing and time consuming and many times people are fearful of selecting the wrong facility for fear of being taken advantage of. In this difficult economy, there are many unscrupulous characters out to defraud job seekers by preying on their vulnerability and desire to get educated and get back to work.
At Pelletier & Associates we have over 25 years in the career development industry. As an experienced career counselor, Diana Pelletier has intimate knowledge of educational opportunities and how to put together a viable plan to assist individuals in getting back to work. Our vocational training reference guide lists hundreds of vocational training programs in California, and getting specific details on community college, technical college and university requirements are part of our research process.
If you are interested in getting an objective assessment of your future career goals, schedule a free in-house consultation to see how we can help you achieve those goals.
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