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Ensure equal access for all women and men to affordable and quality technical, vocational, and tertiary education, including university.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Colleges: Offer affordable vocational and technical education programs tailored to the needs of the community.

  2. Adult Education and Training Centers: Provide adult learners with opportunities for continuing education and skill development, including vocational training.

  3. Local Non-Governmental Organizations: May focus on education initiatives, including vocational and technical training programs.

  4. Parent-Teacher Associations: Advocate for and support initiatives that promote equal access to education at the community level.

  5. Community Learning Centers: Offer a range of educational programs, including vocational training, to meet the specific needs of the local population.

  6. Skill Development Organizations: Provide technical and vocational training opportunities.

  7. Youth Empowerment Organizations: Often include educational components, such as vocational training, to enhance employability.

  8. Local Chambers of Commerce: May collaborate with educational institutions to promote vocational and higher education that aligns with local industry needs.

  9. Community Economic Development Associations: Work on various community-oriented projects, including educational initiatives that enhance skills and knowledge.

  10. Cooperative Societies: May collaborate on education and training programs, fostering community development through accessible technical and vocational education.

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