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Get the experience you need to succeed in the exciting and fast growing culinary field at Keiser University - Center for Culinary Arts. We offer the flexibility of day or evening classes, experienced faculty, and small class sizes for plenty of personalized attention. Internship opportunities and financial aid are available for students who qualify.
Locations:  Tallahassee, FL Melbourne, FL Sarasota, FL
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Get hands on truck driving training with Hamrick School. We offer an advanced truck driver training program and a 600 master truck driver training program at our school in Medina, Ohio, near Akron and Cleveland.
Locations:  Medina, OH
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Get your career on track with Cloud County Community College. We offer a number of associate degree programs in the arts, science, applied science, and general studies.
Locations:  Junction City, KS
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