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Youth Education

Almost every job requires a high school diploma, GED credential, vocational career training or a college degree. Below is a list of educational avenues to consider.

GED

Vocational and Technical Career Training

Attend Community College

Attend a Four-year College

GED

The GED Test is offered in both Atlantic and Cape May counties. If you’re under the age of 18, then you will need parental permission to take the test. In Atlantic County call 485-0052 ext. 140 and in Cape May County, call 465-2161 ext. 646. Click here for more information.

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Vocational and Technical Career Training

Training is available in both Atlantic and Cape May counties. If you’re under the age of 18, you may apply for enrollment on a full-time basis during the day. If you’re over 18, you may participate in adult evening classes. Train for careers in healthcare, cosmology, and construction trades, among others. 

Atlantic County Institute of Technology

Cape May County Vocational High School

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Attend Community College

Earn an Associate’s degree or take continuing education classes at Atlantic Cape Community College. The college has campuses in Atlantic City, Mays Landing and Cape May Court House.

Click here for other community colleges across the state.

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Attend a Four-year College

Earn a Bachelor’s Degree or a Master’s Degree at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey located. The college is a mid-sized, award-winning liberal arts college in the southeastern New Jersey pinelands and is just 20 minutes driving distance from Jersey Shore beaches; an hour to Philadelphia; and two hours to New York City.

Click here for public four year colleges across the state.

Click here for independent (private) four year colleges across the state.

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