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Pioneer Hosts Open House For Those Seeking A Career Change

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The Adult Education Branch of Pioneer Career and Technology Center hosted an open house Monday night. It's a chance for people to explore their career options, tour the campus, meet instructors and current students.

The Adult Education curriculum offers four career development programs; Medical Office Coding, Basic CNC Operator, Welding Technology and State-Tested Nurse Aide. These training programs can lead to business and industry- recognized credentials and job opportunities.

Fall quarter begins September third, and another open house is planned for August. For more information, call Pioneer at 419-342-1100 or online at go2pioneer.com

   
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