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If you are interested in an entry-level position such as bookkeeping, it's possible you can get all the training you need in just one or two years by attending a vocational college or trade school. Look at www.VocationalSchoolOnline.com. Most bookkeeping positions don't require a bachelor's degree. Much of the work revolves around the entering of data and paperwork.

You can find fast training in the culinary arts field through www.OnlineCulinaryClass.com or receive relatively short coursework in legal assistant or paralegal training through a school found at www.LegalAssistantDegrees.com.

One career field that is growing in popularity is criminal justice. The term criminal justice is used by some schools to mean a pretty wide assortment of career training.

Some colleges offer bachelor's degrees and even master's degrees in criminal justice. These programs help train students to either work in a federal law enforcement agency such as the Secret Service or the FBI or to advance into a management position at some other agency, such as a city police department.

Some vocational schools offer short courses that train students in basic law enforcement. These courses help prepare students for entry-level local police work, correctional facility work or private security positions. A few schools even put their paralegal and law office administrative training programs under criminal justice. A site like www.CriminalJusticeSchoolFinder.com

Students in the Atlanta area have many choices when it comes to selecting a college to apply to. To go along with colleges like Georgia Institute of Technology, there are other good-quality schools to consider.

But if you don't have a high school diploma yet, you need to get that done first. You need to either complete your missing classes (maybe do that at a community college or vocational school), or get to work on studying for the GED test. Either method will prepare you to move on with your education. More info at GedPrograms.org









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