You’re invited to a free career advising workshop

Find My Path Days provide the opportunity for individuals to engage in free career advising and learn about short-term education programs, called microcredentials, that can increase your earning potential. Once completed, these short-term education programs enable microcredential recipients to qualify for jobs related to laboratories, marketing, communications, education and human services. The Find My Path Days program is designed to help adults who do not have a college education increase their earning potential.

Program benefits for enrolled Missouri residents

  • Learn about book scholarships and childcare voucher opportunities
  • Additional funding opportunities through Community Action Partnership of Greater St. Joseph


  • Complete the Find My Path Days 2022 Registration Form
  • You will receive the Strong Interest Survey in your email one business day after registration
  • Complete the Strong Interest Survey at least three days before your Find My Path Days program

Find My Path Day Sessions

Saturday, Aug. 13, 1-4 p.m. at Rolling Hills Library – St. Joseph, Mo

Seats are limited, so save your spot as soon as possible!

Why should you attend?

  • Free career advising
  • Learn about scholarships, childcare vouchers and additional tuition funding for qualified applicants
  • Family-friendly event (children and families welcome; no childcare provided)
  • Snacks available

Find My Path Days are hosted by Missouri Western State University and Community Action Partnership of Greater St. Joseph. Funding for the program is provided by an Institutional Workforce Enhancement Grant awarded to us by the Missouri Scholarship & Loan Foundation.

Available Microcredentials

Applied Behavior Support Services

Digital Media

Chemical Laboratory Technician

Early Childhood Education

Special Education

Contact Jerri Arnold-Cook, Director of the Career Development Center, by emailing or calling (816) 271-4206.