PROPEL is a Community organization dedicated to helping women discover a profession, enroll in a Certification course, and cover the cost of tuition to generate higher income. Countless certifications are available at established institutions in any industry such as Paralegal, Graphic Design, Personal Training, Yoga, Medical Assistant, Coding, and more.
Q: What is PROPEL?
A: PROPEL is a Community organization dedicated to helping women discover a profession, enroll in certificate courses, and cover the cost of tuition to generate higher income.
Q: Is PROPEL only for women?
A: PROPEL is solely focused on helping women achieve marketable skills through certification training courses.
Q: What can I expect when I meet with one of PROPEL’s Career & Life Coaches?
A: PROPEL’s coach will work with you one on one to determine your best course of action based on your needs, strengths, passions, and family life. This includes whether you will be able to work part time or full time, at home or in an office, etc.
Q: I’m curious about what PROPEL has to offer, but I’m not positive if I want to enroll in a Certification Course. Should I make an appointment?
A: Absolutely! You have nothing to lose and much to gain.
Q: How long does a Certification Course last?
A: It can range anywhere from a one week course to 18 months. It depends on the industry and certification.
Q: Do I need to know what industry I want to be a part of or what training I should get?
A: PROPEL is looking to invest in women who want to work. Our Certified Life and Career Coaches are here to help each woman figure out her individual path to success.
Q: Do I need a high school degree to qualify?
A: Most certification courses require a high school degree to enroll. PROPEL can refer you to a course to receive a high school degree to prepare you to enroll in a certification course.
Q: Is there a charge for becoming a client of PROPEL?
A: Yes, there is a one time fee of $50 before your first appointment.
Q: Are there Certification Courses taught by PROPEL?
A: PROPEL enrolls women in trusted and established schools and institutions that run certification courses.