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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


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 Renewable Energy & Environment)


Occupations Highlight

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

Learn more about Electrical and electronics engineers)


Partner Spotlight

Learn more about our partner institution, North Florida Community College


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North Florida Community College is located on 165 acres of beautiful wooded property in Madison, Florida, and is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to offer associate degrees and career/technical certificates. The NFCC service district includes Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, and Taylor counties, but students from other counties, states, and countries attend the College to pursue educational and career goals. NFCC is a vibrant educational community offering a student-centered faculty and staff who embrace diversity in a friendly and inclusive learning environment. Students can expect quality, affordable, accessible, and technologically advanced programs designed to facilitate transition to further educational opportunities and/or the world of work.

In addition to the Associate in Arts degree, the College offers Associate in Science degrees in Business Administration and Management; Emergency Medical Services; Networking Technology; and Nursing. Associate in Applied Science programs in Criminal Justice Officer Administration and Early Childhood Education are also available. Career and technical certificate fields of study include allied health (patient care technician and practical nursing); administrative assistant; architectural drafting; mechanical drafting; early childhood education; networking technology; law enforcement; corrections; emergency medical technician; and paramedic. In addition, the College provides a variety of continuing workforce education opportunities and a smorgasbord of non-credit community education offerings.