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Top Online Programs to Help You Start a New Career

To support our community during this challenging time, we will be sharing resources that we hope will be helpful for displaced workers and others who are looking at a career change.

Today we are highlighting some of our popular online programs that can help you gain the skills to start a new career.

Earn a Paralegal Certificate

In 2019, the median salary for paralegals was over $50,000, and projected job growth was expected to be much higher than other fields. Our online Paralegal Certificate equips you with the knowledge and skills to start a career as a Paralegal in just 14 weeks.

Get an Entry-Level Tech Credential

The COMPTIA A+ certification validates that you have the core tech skills for IT support roles, and it is a requirement for a sizable percentage of entry-level IT help desk jobs.

Our fully online, self-paced CompTIA A+ training not only equips you with the skills you need, it helps you get ready to pass your certification exams.

Earning a CompTIA Network+ certification is another good starting point for a career in IT. We offer two options to help you earn your Network+ certification:

CompTIA certifications are "stackable," so you can earn additional credentials as your knowledge and experience increase.

Become a Full-Stack Web Developer

The University of Arizona Continuing & Professional Education Coding Boot Camp gives you the knowledge and skills to build dynamic end-to-end web applications and become a full stack web developer.

The program is offered in a "live online" format, where you join scheduled online class sessions several days a week.

Turn Your Language Skills Into a New Career

The Spanish-English Translation Certificate Program is intended for bilingual speakers with no formal training in translation who wish to improve or expand their knowledge and skills in written translation. Students can choose from Medical Translation, Business Translation or Legal Translation courses (or all three).

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Note: it is unclear what the long-term impact of the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak will be on the job market. All statistics are based on past job market data, and projections have not been adjusted to reflect the impact of the outbreak.