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Top Career Paths for Young Adults | At The Crossroads adults pursuing career enrichment

Young adults pursuing jobs or a career can do so with or without a college education. These tips are designed to highlight the top career options currently available for young adults just starting out. Different training options. Career choices dictate the type of training that is needed for any given position.

The Career Center serves our community as a catalyst for the development of a career-resilient, self-reliant workforce. Established in 2004 by the East Baton Rouge Parish Library with a grant from the Baton Rouge Area Foundation, the Lamar and Reilly Family Foundations, and the Junior League of Baton Rouge, the Career Center serves employees who are being terminated, those seeking new skills.

The main work activities that are expected in this career include the following: planning and preparing curriculum's, integrating technology into classroom teaching, creating reports, evaluation progress among students, and applying various teaching models to enhance learning. Q: Can you give me some information about careers in adult education?

Want to learn how to fix your kitchen sink? Pursuing your passion for cooking? Our Adult Enrichment program has something for everyone. We offer one time classes or multiple sessions in a variety of areas including the arts, cooking, dance and music, fitness, home, languages, career and finance, mind and body, personal interest, and technology.

With a fundamental belief that personal guidance and encouragement can have a profound impact on a student’s life, ASA provides in-person support for Massachusetts high school students, parents, and adults pursuing education beyond high school. Our community walk-in centers and in-school programs help thousands of students each year.