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Paying for Your SCE Education

Paying for your job skills training should not break the bank!

You may have heard about the recent attention to the 
college debt crisis
. Over the last few decades, the cost of a bachelor's degree has tripled. And many graduating students find themselves with $30 , $60  or even $90
thousand in debt before they even start their new career.

In comparison, adult vocational training programs are
a fraction of the cost, and time, required to complete
a college degree. And as a non-profit school, SCE's programs cost much less than many for-profit competitor schools. 

We offer students an interest free payment option that covers your SCE tuition, internship*, and job placement assistance; leaving you free of student loan debt as you start your new career. 

If you are still struggling with ways to pay for your desired SCE course or program, there are local agencies that provide resources to job seekers looking to improve their skills and employment opportunities: 
SCE Program Highlight:  Medical Assistant   
  Become a Medical Clinical Admin Professional
This course teaches the skills necessary for a career as a medical assistant working in a doctor's office, clinic, or health care center. As physicians practices expand there is a need to hire more assistants to perform routine administrative and clinical duties. According the the Bureau of Labor Statistics, medical assistant jobs are projected to grow 23 percent by the year 2024; much more than other professions.
25 week program starts and Oct 4th in Riverside and Sept 6th in Indio
Learn more about our Medical Assistant program »

Student Testimonial          
Elsy Quiroz 
Registered Dental Assisting (RDA) Program

"You won't regret going to SCE and you'll be extremely proud of yourself when you graduate."
Right after high school I really wanted to attend college for a career. My high school teacher told me about this program so I signed up right when I graduated. 

I took the Registered Dental Assisting course because I was really interested in learning and working with teeth.

The results of working with the School of Career Education were great. I really liked how quickly this course went. If you really have a career in mind, do yourself a favor and sign yourself up.

Fall Enrollment Happening NOW   
Fall courses at the School of Career Education (SCE) in Riverside and Indio begin September 6th. Don't delay your future any longer, contact us to get enrolled in one of SCE's skills training courses or one of the certificated career programs listed below: