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Workforce and Career Training

Let's face it. A traditional college degree path is not for everyone, and now, more than ever, there is a need for those who want to pursue a different experience.

Fields like construction/trades, IT/computers, and allied health are booming and the hands-on, noncredit programs offered at Harford Community College allow students to directly enter the workforce—sometimes in less than a year—or boost their resumés. In addition, professional development and service related training leads to high-demand jobs and career advancement. Which of the workforce development areas piques your interest? Take a look—and let curiosity reshape your view of college.


Workforce training programs offered at Harford's Leading Edge Training Center in Edgewood, MD.

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Small Business Development Center classes offered at Harford's Leading Edge Training Center.

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