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Get Up To A 90% Discount On Your Tuition!

Career Step is a proud partner of Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC), which has received legislative approval to offer the Career Step programs to veterans, active-duty service members, and the spouses and dependents of active-duty personnel for 90% off our standard tuition prices! (All other members of the military community can take advantage of our standard military tuition discounts.)

The Career Step programs available through FTCC provide the same flexible, online, expert-created curriculum as the programs taken directly through Career Step. Students will also have the same one-on-one access to instructors and graduate advisors. The only difference in the courses is that FTCC offers them in distinct blocks (1-2 blocks are required depending on your program of study). With the discounts available through FTCC, students pay only $180 per block. For training programs that are normally $1,995 to $3,495, this is an amazing deal!

Career Step training programs available at these huge discounts through FTCC include:

When enrolling through FTCC, there are also set registration deadlines and block start dates. To find out when the next class period starts and get registered before the next deadline, call 1-855-261-7366 today!

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