Serve and protect by becoming a Corrections Officer. Enroll in a program today!
In the law enforcement community, Corrections Officers play an important role. They are in charge of overseeing people who have been sentenced to prison or jail, as well as people who have been arrested and are awaiting trial.
Graduate quickly and start earning money soon!
In May 2018, Corrections Officers earned a median annual salary of about $44,330. Becoming a Corrections Officer can be easier and less expensive than going through college. Prospective Corrections Officers go to a training academy and then receive on-the-job training at an assigned facility. Depending on the state, all you may need is a high school diploma.
Use the skills you learn as a Corrections Officer to serve the community. Enroll in a Corrections Officer program now!
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Correctional Officers and Bailiffs – https://www.bls.gov/ooh/protective-service/correctional-officers.htm