Welcome to the Northwest Florida Career Pathways Portal. The Portal is designed to help you find different careers in Northwest Florida - and then, explore pathways to help you reach those career goals. Educational institutions and Workforce Development Boards throughout Northwest Florida have worked together to build this Portal to showcase careers and educational opportunities throughout Northwest Florida.
Northwest Florida jobs are grouped into six careers. This site will help you identify a career and an occupation that interests you, and point you toward an educational program to prepare you for it.
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We have information on more than 400 occupations available in Northwest Florida, including salary and other information.
Learn more about Biomedical engineers)
Learn more about our partner institution, Pensacola State College
Located on Florida's beautiful Gulf Coast, Pensacola State College is a comprehensive college dedicated to providing exceptional programs and services to a diverse student population.
Pensacola State College is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, and for 62 years has been a leader among community colleges in Florida and the nation. Pensacola State College continues to set the pace for innovation, academic excellence and instructional technology.
The College enrolls more than 30,000 full- and part-time students on three campuses, one Downtown Center and more than 30 off-campus sites. The College will soon break ground on the new South Santa Rosa Center with buildings that are LEED silver certified, exceeding state energy standards.
Pensacola State College is dedicated to preparing students for success. The College offers more than 100 programs leading to certificates of proficiency, the Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science and Associate of Arts degrees. Beginning January 2011, Pensacola State College will also offer a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Bachelor of Applied Science in Administration and Supervision.
Pensacola State College is nationally recognized. The College placed in the Top 100 colleges in the nation as a producer of associate degrees. The College also ranks No. 1 among Florida's 28 community/state colleges in retention of AA degree students.
Pensacola State College is proud of its state-of-the-art facilities, including the Edward M. Chadbourne Library and the Hobbs Center for Teaching Excellence. Both facilities boast a Technology Enabled Active Learning Center. The Mary Ekdahl Smart Center for Patient Simulation Training & Research on the Warrington Campus has received national acclaim for its cutting-edge technology.
A well-rounded college experience is essential. Pensacola State College provides leadership, fellowship and service opportunities for its student body. Throughout the year, Pensacola State College students participate in more than 65 student organizations and 40 sports activities, many that involve students in community-service projects.
Pensacola State College is also host to the Veterans Upward Bound Program, an initiative sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. The program provides a variety of services to veterans free of charge - including educational assistance with pre-college and GED courses for entry into higher education, textbooks, supplies and a monthly stipend.
Pensacola State College is first in first-rate academic programs, first in affordable tuition, first in a first-class faculty and first with flexible schedules and online classes.
Choose Pensacola State College first and be ready for what comes next.