Your Pathway to a New Future

By starting a G3 program at one of Virginia’s Community Colleges, you are getting the foundational skills and education that will put you on a road to success in five of Virginia’s most in-demand careers. G3 tuition assistance takes away the question of “How am I going to pay for college?” so you can focus on finding the answer to “What am I going to be after G3?”

If you’re looking for your next step, explore a pathway to a new future at one of Virginia’s Community Colleges.
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Select your career path

G3 tuition assistance focuses on Virginia’s most in-demand career fields. No matter which program you decide to pursue, you’ll be learning the essentials that will lead you to an open job after graduation.

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Apply to Virginia’s Community Colleges.

There are 23 community colleges across Virginia. You are never more than 30 miles away from one. With one application, you can apply at any point of the year to any one of the schools within the system.

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Work with an advisor, coach or navigator.

PLAN CLASSES AND CONFIRM FINANCIAL AID

You might be revisiting this step again and again in your journey toward a new career. If you’re starting for the first time, figuring out your required classes both for now and future semesters is a great planning step. This is where you need to get all of your paperwork in order and confirm you have everything you need to get started.

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Enroll in your first classes.

Either with your advisor or with their guidance, enroll in the classes you need to take to help you stay on track to meeting your goals. Make sure you enroll in the correct number of credit hours to ensure what financial aid you are awarded is applied correctly.

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Start your new career.

Before you even graduate, you can start working within your field and working your way up as you earn more certifications and skills. Work with your career center on campus to find out which employers are hiring where you live.

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