Educational Advice for Professional Careers and Job Training

Penn Foster is expert in providing students with skills demanded by real-world job openings. Our academic programs are combined with numerous resources and services that prepare you for a career.

Career Cruising

In order to meet demands of finding and succeeding in today’s competitive job market, Penn Foster has partnered with Career Cruising. This partnership provides our students and alumni with career placement services, at no additional cost.

Explore Schools, Jobs, and Improve the Skills You Already Have

As a significant tool, you will be guided down a career path. You will other programs, research job requirements, and reassess your own skill set. By incorporating assessment evaluations, Career Cruising will use our school selector to match your results to significant jobs.

Develop Your Career Portfolio & Resumé

Use our Career Cruiser to create a strong and focused resume/portfolio that incorporates all of your experience, skills, academic and professional background, into a document that has impact. You will stand out from the crowd.

Much More Than Just a Job Search

With support from Career Cruising you have access to national search engines and employment guides. Not only will you be able to refine your search based on suitability to your qualifications, but you’ll be able to learn about interview skills, salary expectations, negotiation techniques and personal marketing strategies, that will give you advantages in job placement success.

Job Board Posts

Our extensive job web has active job search posting, peer-to-peer chat rooms, polls and research into careers and placement, as well as tips and advice for easing the job search process. If you are looking for the most current and up-to-date job openings, or need advice for how to attract and secure the most exciting employment – Career Cruising is exclusively available to the Penn Foster Student Community.

* Survey data was collected from The Penn Foster Survey to alumni May 2016-December 2016.