If you’re one of 37 million adults ages 25 to 64 who attended college but never received a degree—or one of millions more who need a new skill for a changing job market—Plus 50 can pave the way to completion.
Through the Plus 50 Encore Completion Program, your local community college is providing programs and services that make it easier than ever for
students over 50 to obtain the cutting-edge skills and credentials required to compete for jobs in the health care, education, and social services fields.
Your community college offers
support and flexibility to help you reach your goals, from choosing a course of study and scheduling classes to finding transportation and
applying for financial aid.
Community colleges with Plus 50 programs have outlined best practices and core program elements that other community colleges can use to create a successful and sustainable program.
Madisonville Community College's Plus 50 program offers you certificate options close to home.
Medical Information Technology
Skilled in the performance of clinical laboratory procedures that provide data used by physicians to determine the absence, presence, extent, and cause of diseases.
The Human Services program prepares individuals for entry level positions in agencies and institutions which provide social, community, educational and mental health services.
Competing in today’s job market can be tough, especially for mature workers. If you have attended college but never finished or have always dreamed of completing a certificate or a degree, now is the time. The demand for an educated workforce in your community has never been greater.
College’s Plus 50 Encore Completion Program offers programs and support services tailored to the needs of adult learners over age 50.
A college degree or certificate in the high-demand fields of healthcare, education, and social services can give you an advantage, increasing potential earning power, job security, and job satisfaction, and enabling you to give back to your community. Enroll today!
To learn more, contact
First Semester Experience Advisor for Plus 50
Plus 50 Completion Coordinator