“The best way to predict the future
is to create it!”
– Abraham Lincoln
How Do I Know If This Program Is For Me?
- You are 17 years or older (HS diploma or HSE required for medical programs)
- You are ready to move forward in a new career or enhance your industry knowledge
- You are interested in healthcare, business, construction, or hospitality and are ready to commit to what you start
Sign up today to learn more about Restore Education’s current workforce training certifications, eligibility details, and class schedules.
Real Success From Real Students
“Restore Education helped me finish my GED, improve my English, and learn how to use the computer. I completed the administrative assistant training program and learned so much. They also helped me prepare for college and now I am in my second year of college working towards my degree.”
Other Programs of Interest
Upgrade your education and career prospects as you enhance your immediate earning potential with workforce training.
Get Ready for College
Consider utilizing your workforce training program to give you a leg up in the college classroom. Increase your earning potential even more by continuing your education. Learn how to pass your entrance exams, select programs of study, complete a college application, apply for financial aid, and more!
Earn Your High School Equivalency
Unemployment rates among those without a high school equivalency are 30.3% for youth and 7.4% for adults over 24. Enroll in our flexible, individualized, and free HSE preparation program and put yourself on a pathway to stable employment with sustainable wages.
Help Young Adults
Reach Their Potential
Generous volunteers and donors are at the heart of all we do. Your gift of time, financial support, or both, puts at-risk students on a pathway to a life-sustaining career. Please consider partnering with us to ensure that at-risk students who turn to Restore Education will have access to the education they need to reach their full potential. Together, we can create brighter futures for our students, their families, and our community.