Career Readiness Certification

Ozarka’s Career Pathways program offers the Arkansas Career Readiness Certification, which is a credential based upon the WorkKeys® assessments that demonstrates to employers that an individual possesses the basic workplace skills required for 21st century jobs. It is a lifetime credential (does not expire) and is recognized by many states across the nation and most states bordering Arkansas. Students do not have to be in the Career Pathways program to be eligible for it.

Career Pathways Contact Information



Continuing Education

Ozarka's Continuing Education program offers non-credit courses that are scheduled throughout the year based on interest from the community and availability of resources on campus.

Continuing Education Information



GED/Adult Education

Ozarka’s Adult Education program offers GED preparation, communications and other job-specific skill enhancement courses. Students may register through Adult Education to prepare for and complete the GED examination to achieve equivalency of a high school diploma.

Adult Education Contact Information

Ozarka Degree Programs and Certificates

If you are not a current Ozarka student, browse the Ozarka Certificates/Degrees that are offered. When you have found the program that is right for you, click the “APPLY ONLINE HERE” link located on the right side of the page.

View the Certificates/Degrees

If you are a current Ozarka student, you can see your progress toward your current certificate/degree using the Degree Audit feature within you myOzarka account. This feature also allows you to explore potential certificates and degree programs, which applies any courses that you have already completed towards the degree plan. This feature is located on the Courses Tab of your myOzarka account.

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Ms. Candace Jeffery
870.368.2003
cjeffery@ozarka.edu
Office Hours:
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Monday – Friday

Mailing Address:
218 College Drive
P. O. Box 10
Melbourne, Ar 72556