Our response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) See Updates

Questions on enrolling? We're here 9am-9pm EST Mon-Fri

Ashworth College Blog

Education Blog

You’re on your way to taking control of your future. Tune in to the Ashworth College Blog to access the latest program updates, industry insights, and tips & tricks that set you up for success. And remember you’re never alone on your journey – stay connected with Ashworth College and our thriving student community here and on our social sites.

What’s the Difference Between an Undergraduate Certificate & an Associate Degree?

Written by Autumn Granza on Monday, 23 December 2019. Posted in Why Ashworth

Graduate with decorated cap.

You’re ready to further your education, but you’re not sure which path is right for you. There’s a lot to consider when choosing to start an undergraduate certificate or an associate degree. Ashworth College has both degree and certificate programs that may help you enter the field you want. Here’s what to know about the two.

Can You Go to School for Carpentry?

Written by Autumn Granza on Wednesday, 18 December 2019. Posted in Career

Carpenter at work.

Aspiring carpenters may choose to receive a formal education before entering the field. While a high school diploma is required to be a carpenter, education beyond that is preferred. Beyond an education, an apprenticeship is recommended. Ashworth’s online Carpentry Career Diploma can help you take the first steps you need to start your career.

What Jobs Can You Get With a Child Development Associate Certificate?

Written by Autumn Granza on Monday, 09 December 2019. Posted in Career

Students in class.

Earning your Child Development Associate (CDA) Certificate may help prepare you for work as daycare or preschool teacher, teacher assistant, nanny, or child care worker. Pursuing your CDA may also help you stand out as a childcare professional. If you have an interest in becoming an educator, then Ashworth’s CDA Career Certificate might be right for you.

How Do I Become a Paralegal?

Written by Autumn Granza on Tuesday, 03 December 2019. Posted in Career

Inside a courtroom.

To become a paralegal you must receive formal education and training. Although it’s not required, employers may also prefer candidates who have also completed a certificate program. If you have an interest in the legal system and hope your career helps people fight for justice, then Ashworth’s Paralegal Studies Career Diploma program may be right for you.

How Do You Become a Payroll Clerk?

Written by Autumn Granza on Tuesday, 26 November 2019. Posted in Career

Woman working on computer.

To become a payroll clerk, the first thing you need is a high school diploma or GED. You should also have an attention to detail and organizational skills. Training as a payroll clerk may give you an advantage when you’re entering the field. Here’s how Ashworth’s Payroll Clerk Career Diploma program can help you prepare for work.

<<  1 2 3 [45 6 7 8  >>  

Let's talk about your educational goals. Call 1-800-957-5412