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RWM provides a database of Private post secondary Vocational Schools in 50 states. It is organized first by state, then by training occupation.

Included are private technical schools that offer certificates, diplomas, associate (junior college) degrees, and bachelor (college) degrees in various Business, Trade and Technical disciplines.

The RWM Vocational School database includes online schools, including information on getting a high school diploma online.

Some technical schools listed in the database are State Approved/Accredited. Accreditation is a voluntary process a school may request after State approval for two consecutive years. Accredited schools may offer federal financial aid such as Stafford and Perkins loans or Pell grants. Stafford loans require no financial qualification, Perkins loans are funded by the school at low interest rates, and Pell grants are heavily dependent on the student's financial situation. Contact the financial aid officer at the school to provide you with the necessary documents for student aid programs. Many student aid documents are now online.

Use our Top Vocational Jobs tool to identify career trends. Training for an in-demand career can be an investment in your economic future.

Whether you want to work in the electronics and HVAC industry, or in an automotive, healthcare, paralegal or IT technology position, you'll find the courses and programs here that may help you to achieve your goals. Pursue the certification that may tell potential employers they can hire you with confidence.

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