All-State Career School is a system of vocational and technical schools offering career training to residents of Pennsylvania and Maryland. The school has four campus locations -- Pittsburgh (PA), Lester (PA), Essington (PA) and Baltimore (MD). Among other areas, All-State Career School trains students in fields as diverse as commercial driving, medical assisting, HVAC, dental assisting, and welding technology. Training is intentionally career-focused and hands-on, allowing students to gain the applicable skills that they need for their chosen career field in the shortest amount of time possible. Professional certifications and diplomas are awarded upon completion.
All-State Career Schools are accredited by The Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
The faculty at All-State Career Schools believe in the educational benefits of learning in a hands-on environment. Instructors train students on equipment and tools that they can expect to use in their working lives. Curriculum is focused on providing students with the core career and technical skills that they need to enter the workforce. Faculty members are charged with building student confidence by allowing them to "learn through doing."
All-State Career Schools are commuter-based and do not offer student housing on their campuses. As with most vocational schools, students have the ability to focus on gaining the technical skills training required for their career without having to take classes in unrelated areas. Upon completion, students should have acquired the core competencies needed to immediately enter the job market as prepared professionals. All-State Career Schools offers its graduates job placement assistance. Locations in Pittsburgh and Baltimore offer numerous opportunities for students to engage in extracurricular activities and events.