WHAT'S NEXT?

You’ve proven that you have the integrity to earn your high school equivalency (HSE). Now it’s time to think about what happens the day after you find out you passed. You could quit your dead-end job. Apply to college. Interview for that big promotion. What’s best for you?

Find My Next Step

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Do you regret not having the college experience with dorm life, lecture halls, labs, and meeting new people?

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How do you feel about your current workplace?

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Are you interested in learning more about how scholarships and financial aid can off-set the costs of college?

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In an ideal world, how much training do you want to pursue before starting your dream job?

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What would keep you from attending college?

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What do you want to do after passing the TASC test?

Earn a Degree

Once you determine your long-term goals, you may find that your dream job requires an associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree. Here’s the good news: If you’ve passed the TASC test, you can use your high school equivalency to apply to most colleges and universities. Find out if college is right for you by taking the quiz above.

Attend Trade School

If you’re passionate about art and design, beauty, criminal justice, technology, health care, or business, you might find a career you’re passionate about that requires training without a degree. Trade and vocational schools are designed to give you the niche training you need in a short period of time.

Go Straight For Your Dream Job

Have you already started in a career field you love? Simply earning your high school equivalency (HSE) may give you the experience you need for that big promotion. Talk to your manager about your goals and growth opportunities. Or start applying to companies that have openings you’re interested in and qualify for.
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