If you’re currently responsible for processing payroll, do not have formal payroll training and are not certified, you may wonder if you should take the time to do so.
Train for a career where you can become involved in your community, where you know you can make a true and meaningful difference in someone's life, turning your compassion into a life-changing mission for doing good.
Community Support Worker programs prepare you to work in a variety of roles with children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities, mental illness and/or physical disabilities, promoting the development of their mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing. Just imagine how it would make you feel, coming to the assistance of or standing up for the disabled, disadvantaged, abused, neglected, or mentally ill members in your community.
Start today by reaching out to any number of colleges near you for more details on this rewarding career path and start helping those who need it most in your community.READ MORE >>