What is the most important factor for success? Many times, it's having the will to learn and put in effort. Knowledge could be taught, and skills could be developed, but willpower is something that nobody could give you. Christian Lopez knew this all too well when he tackled a new career field.
Tired of dead-end jobs? That's why Kya Poe enrolled in our electrical technician program.
Are you searching for an enjoyable career that does not require a four-year degree to start? Do you want to learn and develop job skills without spending tens of thousands on general education credits? At Rockford Career College, we offer affordable, streamlined programs that prepare students for in-demand vocations. That's why Kya Poe enrolled in our electrical technician program.
If you love working with animals, but would prefer studying online, our Animal Welfare Management nine-month program is right for you.
After graduation, you could consider pursuing a career working at an animal shelter, as a pet groomer, or you could even start your own doggie day care like Nicole Moore from our Stautzenberger program (a sister school of Rockford Career College).
Why graduates said they chose Rockford Career College:
* Hands-On learning
* Short Programs
* Caring Admissions Staff
* Financial Aid Team
* Experienced Instructors
* Job Placement
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What would you be willing to give up to make your dream a reality? Inconvenience and our unwillingness to step outside of our comfort zones often cause us to miss out on wonderful opportunities. Taking action is what separates the dreamers of today from the achievers of tomorrow. For Anthony Walker, beginning a new career was worth the sacrifice he made.
Did you know that America has an electrician shortage? In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that there will be 85,900 open jobs in the electrician field by 20241. The 2017 annual mean wage of electricians in Illinois was $61,010 to $81,600.2 Although our reliance on electronics— including HVAC systems for our homes and businesses—increases, fewer students are choosing this field for their future careers.READ MORE