Aspire (formerly known as ABLE) provides free services for you to sharpen your academic, work and college-readiness skills before or along with continuing your pursuit of a postsecondary degree or workforce certificate.It also assists you if you need an Ohio High School Equivalency Diploma (GED®) before continuing your education.Southern Railway opened Kemper Street station in 1912.Following a city-led rehabilitation completed in 2002, it is now an intermodal center also served by local and intercity buses.If you have military experience, skilled work experience, or previously attended college, there may be ways to earn credit for what you have done.Please visit Ohio Transfer to Degree for more information about applying military experience, technical center training, and previous post-secondary education to earn credit toward your workforce certificate or degree.The share of American adults who have never been married is at a record high (20%), and young adults are at the leading edge of this national trend.For those in the “marriage market,” location matters.
Please see the links below to explore postsecondary workforce certificate programs.Below are some options that you may consider: Many schools offer flexible alternatives to weekday classes to accommodate working students. Other schools offer evening classes and specific weekend degree programs. Postsecondary workforce certificates are offered in specific occupations and usually cost less and take less time to complete than two or four year degrees.Ohio technical centers (also known as adult workforce education) provide postsecondary workforce education certificates at locations across the state.Also ask your college or university admissions officer about assessments for prior learning such as the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) that may be available for students to take to earn credit for knowledge they have obtained through work or school.Before you enroll in college, check to make sure the institution is accredited.Pew Research Center has compiled census data on the number of unmarried men and women ages 25 to 34 in many of the nation’s metropolitan areas. Finding a spouse with a steady job is a high priority for 78% of never-married women who may want to get married in the future(and 46% of men), though the pool of employed young men has shrunk.