Education & Training Providers
In Pennsylvania, there are many resources available to help you meet your education and training needs. From classroom training to on-the-job training, Pennsylvania's education and training providers can help you acquire the skills you need to meet your goals and achieve career success.
Education & Training Provider Links
Owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is a two year technical college that provides an education in seventeen programs.
Community Colleges are a valuable asset to the educational system. The 14 Community Colleges in Pennsylvania provide the opportunity to begin or continue an education in diverse fields of study. Community Colleges are committed to offering access to the resources that encourage lifelong learning.
A skilled workforce has been identified as a key component of a strong economy. The 73 Career and Technical Education schools across Pennsylvania offer instruction in programs that lead to occupations in fields ranging from nursing and construction to entrepreneurship.
There are institutions of higher education located throughout Pennsylvania. This Map displays all degree-granting institutions that are approved to operate in Pennsylvania.
The State System of Higher Education is the largest provider of higher education in Pennsylvania with an enrollment of over 100,000 students. The 14 universities in the system are committed to student success and educational quality.
This CareerLink list displays occupational education training programs that have been certified to receive State and Federal training funds. Training programs and courses offered by a variety of providers are available on this list including those offered at community colleges, career and technical schools and private schools.