Deliver On Your Missions
Engage and strengthen your community through the power of education
Penn Foster partners with nonprofits and government workforce training organizations to bring educational opportunities to underserved and under-skilled youth and adult populations. With more than 100 diploma, degree and certificate programs in fast-growing occupations, workforce training organizations can provide individuals with the relevant knowledge, skills, and industry-recognized credentials needed to obtain employment and achieve economic mobility.
Through the power of education, Penn Foster helps nonprofits and workforce organizations across the country deliver on their missions of providing greater productivity and positive economic returns for the communities they serve.
Penn Foster High School and Career School have earned regional from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (CSS-MSA) and national accreditation from the Distance Education Accrediting Commission. Penn Foster College has earned national accreditation from the DEAC.
With more than 125 years of experience executing a distance learning curriculum, our solutions are in use at over 150 hybrid locations, including college campuses, Job Corps and YouthBuild centers, and school districts.
Annually, Penn Foster High School, College, and Career School graduate 44,000+ students from online and blended learning programs.
You will have a dedicated partner success manager as well as a full support team who works alongside your team to ensure we get your program up and running smoothly.
Penn Foster’s Learning Progress Portal and Student Portal enable you to monitor student cohorts and individual progress, run reports, and have quick access to implementation guides and milestone tracking.
Many of our career diploma and certificate programs require students to complete an externship, including opportunities with Fortune 500 partners such as CVS.