All-State Career is a system of vocational schools that provide students with hands-on career training in a variety of areas. The network has three locations in Pennsylvania (Lester, Pittsburgh, and Essington) and one in Maryland (Baltimore). Students receive hands-on skills training using industry standard equipment and technologies. Program concentrations include computer support technician, CDL driving, medical assisting, HVACR, expanded functions dental assisting, EMT/Paramedic, pharmacy technology, electrical systems technology, medical billing and coding administrator, and welding technology. Upon completion, All-State awards professional certificates and diplomas.
All-State Career School is institutionally accredited by The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Faculty members at All-State Career School are educators with professional experience in the industry in which they teach. Instructors believe that a hands-on education will be beneficial to students as they enter their future careers. The faculty aims to produce graduates that are prepared to make a positive contribution from the first day of their employment.
All-State Career School is a commuter school and does not offer students on-campus housing options. As a vocational school, students will spend time learning only the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the workforce and make a positive contribution to their future careers. Students attending All-State have the opportunity to practice their skills on industry standard equipment that they can be expected to use on the job. Programs are designed to be relevant and up-to-date according to the standards set forth by each profession. The Career Services Department assists students and alumni with resume writing, interview preparation, and job search techniques. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.