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Northwest Florida Career Pathways

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Welcome to the Northwest Florida Career Pathways Portal. The Portal is designed to help you find different careers in Northwest Florida - and then, explore pathways to help you reach those career goals. Educational institutions and Workforce Development Boards throughout Northwest Florida have worked together to build this Portal to showcase careers and educational opportunities throughout Northwest Florida.

Career Path Focus

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Featured Careers

Northwest Florida jobs are grouped into six careers. This site will help you identify a career and an occupation that interests you, and point you toward an educational program to prepare you for it.

Learn more about a career in Research & Engineering Services)

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Occupations Highlight

We have information on more than 400 occupations available in Northwest Florida, including salary and other information.

Learn more about Materials engineers)

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Partner Spotlight

Learn more about our partner institution, Tallahassee Community College

 

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Tallahassee Community College is one of the nation’s top community colleges, and offers all the excitement and intellectual stimulation of a mid-size college—with the individual attention that comes from small classes and caring faculty. At TCC, students receive a great education at an affordable cost. Our students are serious about their education–and about making an impact after graduation. TCC’s supportive atmosphere will give you the confidence you need to achieve your academic and career goals.

More than 14,000 students enroll in college-credit courses at TCC each semester. Community College Week ranks TCC 15th among two-year institutions nationwide in the number of associate degrees awarded. Additionally, TCC ranks 11th in the number of degrees awarded to African-Americans.

The faculty—rated twice the national average in doctoral degrees and years of experience—provides a strong foundation for students moving on to Florida State University, Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University and other four-year institutions. Nearly 75 percent of our Associate in Arts graduates transfer into the State University System within a year, the highest percentage among Florida’s community colleges.

Tallahassee Community College is committed to providing an educational experience based on the highest academic and professional standards. The learning environment is focused on success and designed to meet the diverse needs of students. Individualized electronic learning plans help each student reach his or her academic and career goals.

The College offers degree, certificate and workforce training programs in a wide range of career fields, including health care, business and management, information technology, criminal justice and public safety, early childhood education, engineering technology and many more.