South Mountain Community College (SMCC) is now offering hundreds of new non-credit courses and online career training programs ... and the classroom is as close as your nearest laptop.

Through a partnership between SMCC and ed2go/GES, students can develop the new skills and knowledge they need to stand out in today's competitive job market.

SMCC's ed2go program enables students to enhance their personal and professional skills, and prepares them to launch a new career or advance in an existing one, no matter their location.

Comprehensive six-week online courses start monthly, and students can work anytime and anywhere that is convenient for them. Each high-quality course includes comprehensive lessons, quizzes and a discussion area. Dedicated instructors facilitate every course, pacing learners, answering questions, giving feedback and facilitating discussions.

Course topics currently available range include business management, web design, grant writing, foreign languages, computers, real estate and many more.

The Online Career Training Programs are available to start at any time. They range from three to six months in duration, and many offer extension periods if necessary. Many programs include an industry certification exam, and internship and externship opportunities are available for select programs. The programs are entirely Web-based, but expert instructors provide office hours and quick answers to any student questions.

To learn more about the many courses offered through SMCC's ed2go, visit www.ed2go.com/smccce or call (602) 243-8034.

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