Veterinary technicians have a wide range of options when it comes to finding employment. In the final part of our six-part series, we review five different career paths for vet techs!
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A career as an interior designer can be fun, creative, and full of possibilities. Interior designers have the unique opportunity to work with high-end private clients, commercial contracts, and many more diverse types of clients. This allows them to learn and specialize in specific styles to develop their own unique designs and styles. Here’s how Penn Foster’s Interior Design Associate Degree Program can help you prepare for a career full of color, fabric, and creativity.
If you’re detail-oriented, organized, and passionate about the law, becoming a paralegal can offer you a rewarding and exciting career path. As a paralegal, you’ll work closely with and support lawyers by maintaining and organizing files, conducting legal research pertaining to active cases, and drafting important documents. But how do you become a paralegal? What education do you need? And, even more importantly, what exactly can you do as a trained paralegal? Here’s everything you need to know.
If you’re passionate about helping animals, then you’ve probably considered a career in the veterinary field. With that in mind, there’s no better time than now to take the next steps toward the career you want! As more people become pet owners, the need for passionate, skilled veterinary technicians is expected to grow 16% over the next decade, adding over 18,000 new job opportunities. In order to become a veterinary technician, you may need further education and training to help you prepare for the job. But if you don’t have time to attend an in-person school to earn your degree, what options do you have? That’s where Penn Foster’s AVMA-accredited Veterinary Technician Associate Degree can help! Here’s how the self-paced, online degree is designed to help you succeed!
Izabella Suarez graduated from our online Early Childhood Education Associate Degree Program. Since then, she’s received a promotion at work and plans to earn her bachelor’s degree. Here’s why she believes Penn Foster helped her succeed.