The average individual with some college education earns about 19% more than a person who has only completed high school*. Click on the "Go" button to get started on your career training.
* SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Study, Current Annual Social and Economic Supplement http://www.census.gov/cps
Tutoring. Internet access. An information resource Library. Student activities like team building and leadership development exercises. All combine to give you a well-rounded and supported student experience at Everest.
Getting comfortable with your subject matter is important. Tutoring is a great way to do that. In participating programs, you can receive help with homework, test prep, and coursework.
There's so much information that's available at your fingertips. Many school libraries offer Internet access for research and academic endeavors.
It's not just about books anymore. Besides reference books and periodicals, you may find digital media, TVs, computers and other equipment for in-school use.
Taking part in activities that promote school spirit are great for developing leadership and team building skills. But it's also fun! Participation is an important part of your educational process, and your involvement is always encouraged.
Where better to learn your skill than on site? Field trips can improve your classroom training through observing actual work situations. They may be periodically arranged to industrial or professional locations.
Let's hear it from the pros. Guest lecturers may be invited throughout the year to speak to classes about opportunities, current industry trends, and how your work at Everest can prepare you for your career.
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