Explore New Careers While Finishing High School Online
Choose from a number of today's most rewarding careers
Through five elective courses, learn foundational automotive skills that can help you take the next steps toward a career as an auto repair technician after graduation.
Build foundational carpentry knowledge that can help you prepare for a career in the construction trades.
Child Care Professional
Learn more about working with children and gain skills that can help you prepare to take the next steps toward a career in childcare.
Explore skills relevant to working in culinary arts and hospitality through five industry-focused electives.
Gain the knowledge and confidence to further your education after high school through five academically challenging electives.
Learn about becoming an electrician online and build foundational skills that can help you prepare to take the next steps toward a new career.
Prepare for a new job in the in-demand healthcare industry with five electives focused on skills relevant to a number of careers in the field.
Learn more about working in IT and build the skills that can be essential to taking the next steps toward a career in information technology.
Get a head start on pharmacy technician training in high school with elective classes focused on career-relevant skills.
Learn foundational skills that can help you explore a career as a plumber after you graduate from high school.
Through five electives, you’ll build essential skills that can help you prepare to take the next steps toward a career in vet care.
How It Works
Penn Foster Graduate
“Penn foster gave me the opportunity to work on my own time while still holding down a job and being a single mother. The course work was at my own pace and I could do it all online, making it easier to complete work anytime, anywhere.”
Penn Foster Graduate
“I needed to graduate, and I was struggling to make it out of the public school setting. After receiving my diploma, I was able to start mentoring and will be certified soon at my new job.”