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Bucks County Community College offers free career training


Provided all eligibility criteria are met, students may complete their degree or certificate at no cost by enrolling at Bucks County Community College. Applications are being accepted through June 30.

To qualify, students must have exited their degree or certificate program with a minimum 2.0 GPA, or higher, after June 1, 2021. They also must enroll in a program that will be completed prior to June 30, 2024, and be interested in seeking employment within 12 months of program completion. The Aim & Attain program is open to unemployed individuals as well as currently employed individuals seeking to enhance their knowledge in their current field or gain skills to transition to a different field.

In addition to free tuition and the opportunity to complete your program of study and obtain your degree or certificate, benefits of the grant-funded program include free books and education supplies, mentorship, tutorial services, technology resources, guidance from a career services specialist as well as job placement resources and assistance for in-demand careers. Additionally, support services including child care, transportation or internet access reimbursement may be available.

The grant funding is provided from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry.

The college offers a variety of short-term occupational programs including dental assisting, pharmacy technician, building and construction trades, electrical training, industrial maintenance, and fully online bookkeeping, education and information technology courses.

Interested parties can request more information from Bucks County Community College at

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