What Is Career Pathways?
A program designed to assist low-income parents complete educational and employment training on their path to a brighter future. Qualified applicants may be eligible for assistance with tuition, fees, books, tutoring, child care, transportation, academic counseling, job search, and other services needed that are not covered by other sources. Applicant benefit awards are made on a case by case basis and many factors must be considered including class schedule. Students must complete the required numbers of hours and be employed during the reimbursement period to receive transportation and/or childcare assistance.
What Programs Are Offered?
Participation opportunities in the ASUN Career Pathways program are available for qualified students at the Newport campus, Jonesboro campus and Marked Tree campus. In addition, participation opportunities in non-credit programs (GED, Employability Skills Training, Academic Skills Training, etc.) are available for qualified students at Career Pathways locations and Adult Education Centers in Craighead, Jackson and Poinsett counties.