Midlife Mindset on the Move: A Career Change Later in Life
Are you ready to make a change but not sure if you have the ability to change jobs later in life? At Peloton College, we help both high school graduates and those adults further along in their career to find something they are passionate about. At Peloton College, we offer both healthcare and information technology career paths that are in demand and ready for change. Even in midlife, you can change jobs and enjoy your new career path. It is never too late.
A midlife change might be mandatory.
As you reach this point in your life, you’ve done what’s expected. Taken the job. Bought the house. Started the family. Raised the kids. But there is this overwhelming feeling of being unfulfilled and that burning question of: What’s next?
A mindset change is critical when considering a new career path and answers that question of “what’s next?”.
Maintaining an empowered mindset is what motivates us and is the most imperative part of the process. While your inner voice of doubt will try to ring the loudest, this is the time to dig deep and SPEAK IT. SHARE IT. SET IT IN MOTION.
A move toward change calls for considerations.
Let’s face it, change is hard, but can be freeing and quite simple if we know what to consider. Here are some questions to ask yourself while on the move:
- How will this impact my finances, family and personal relationships?
- Is there growth potential?
- What are my qualifications?
Now more than ever, training and education is at our fingertips allowing us to feel more confident in a midlife change, where our mindset can change, and we can move toward that change.
The average age of retirement is 64, but many are working well beyond that. This leaves the window of opportunity open longer, especially for those switching paths later in life.
Peloton College offers a variety of opportunities to take that first step toward your next challenge in life. Contact an advisor for more information and let us help you feel motivated by change.
FINANCIAL AID AVAILABLE, TO THOSE THAT QUALIFY
The Peloton College Financial Aid Office is committed to assist you in exploring all financial options for which you may qualify to ensure you can pursue your education goals.
Peloton College is committed to helping every student find an avenue for financing their education. There are several financing options available to those who qualify including Federal grants and loans, Veterans Aid (GI BILL), Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA), Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), private loans, and cash payments. Options may vary by the education program.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF ATTENDING A VOCATIONAL SCHOOL?
There are many benefits to attending a vocational school. Whether you are looking for a complete curriculum or want to enjoy career services after graduation, you will be able to prepare for an entry-level position upon graduation.
Benefit #1: Complete Curriculum
During the vocational school program, you will learn what you need to succeed in many different vocations including medical assisting, medical billing, IT support, and cybersecurity. this vast curriculum will be presented to you by industry experienced instructors.
Benefit #2: Industry Experienced Instructors
You don’t just learn about a vocation; you are guided by industry experienced instructors that have experience and understand what you need to succeed in the role. These instructors will offer you one-on-one attention, allowing you to ask questions and mentoring you through toward graduation.
Benefit #3: Link-Minded Classmates
In addition to industry experienced instructors, you will also be able to network with like-minded classmates. Many of which will have some medical background and collectively everyone can learn together and help each other study. These classmates may be future colleagues or a great opportunity to network, when it is time to find that next great job. You can also come together and create a study group that will make sure no one is left behind.
Benefit #4: Small Class Sizes
Don’t want to be just a face in the crowd? Peloton College offers smaller class sizes so that instructors can get to know you by name and help mentor you through the vocational program. You won’t have to sit in a large lecture hall, instead you will come together in a small group and really prepare yourself with both lecture and hands-on lab experience to start working from day one.
Benefit #5: Career Services
The best part about attending Peloton College is the career services that we offer our students and graduates. Whether you need to prepare for an interview, want to improve you resume, or write a thoughtful thank you email, we help prepare you to get a job. We also work with the community’s businesses to find the right fit for your passion and knowledge, so that you succeed in your new career.
The current Medical, IT, Cybersecurity and Electronic Systems communities demand a new generation of highly-skilled, technical professionals who are competent in all aspects of today’s modern work environment as it relates to the Medical, IT, Cybersecurity and Electronic Systems vocational fields.
Peloton College Electronic Systems Technician, Information Technology Support Professional, Medical Billing, and Coding, and Medical Assistant programs consist of fast-track learning courses taught by experienced technical professionals who are committed to providing individual attention to every career college student.
The mission of Peloton College is to be the premier provider of hands-on training and education by providing students and graduates with the necessary skills to secure occupational careers.
Contact us today to learn more about Peloton College today.