At Career Step, we understand that one of the biggest questions tied to furthering your education is how to pay for it. To help, Career Step offers low tuition prices that don't burden you with large amounts of debt and that position you for career advancement. We've also designed multiple tuition payment plans and actively participate in a number of assistance programs that allow you to choose the funding option that best fits your needs. For tuition assistance, contact Career Step today.
See a complete list of all the Career Step programs and their current tuition prices. Enrollment in any Career Step program provides everything you need to succeed, including complete online access and a complete ebook library
Learn more about Career Step's payment plan options as well as a number of funding sources that may be able to help you pay for your education.
Career Step offers a number of tuition funding options for military service members and their families. These include options for those using tuition assistance benefits, MyCAA funding for eligible military spouses, and military tuition discounts.
The Career Step training programs are approved for a number of government funding opportunities such as Workforce Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, and TAA funding.
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, and [Career Step support] was there to help me study and cheer me on the whole way."
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—which fit in with being a military wife, employed full time, and a mom of 2 school-aged daughters."
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