In uncertain times, there are a few people that we can trust to lead us in the right direction. You want to see your closest friends, family, coworkers, and service members succeed. For that reason, we are offering you a piece of that success.
Make a referral of someone you know that is unemployed, underemployed, a recently dislocated worker, or someone looking to upgrade themselves to a new career or career advancement. Then, to say "Thank You" for your referral, we'll send you a $100 Amazon gift card when your referral enrolls with us and starts class.
How to Get a $100 Amazon Gift Card
1. Fill out the form on this page with your information and your referral's information. You must complete all the fields.
2. One of our Education Advisors will reach out to the person you refer. (It helps if you tell them we'll be calling and emailing.)
3. We'll help them get started by:
4. When the student enrolls in a career program and their program starts, we'll contact you to send your $100 Amazon Gift Card.
You can make as many referrals as you like but, in compliance to state and local approving agencies, each individual is only allowed a single gift of $100 in value once in a calendar year.
About New Horizons Career Development Solutions Job Training
There are a few careers that are still successful like IT, cybersecurity, project management, and office administration.
Since 1982, we have trained thousands of students for job roles in IT. Training is delivered online by a live instructor.
Our Education Advisors can help get access to funds for job retraining.
"I lost my job, I got laid off and I was lost. I didn't know what to do, where to go and I was not up to date. I thought I would reach out and get some courses or certifications and it took me to an whole different field...I was able to get certified in some of the subjects and after that once I put then on my resume I was able to find a job. New Horizons was the best thing that happened to me because it put me on the right track to where I wanted to be and it was when I most needed it.
Sheri Azer, Laid Off Assistant to Project Manager
"After 13 years I said 'Uh-oh! I see the handwriting on the wall.' They were thinking about taking our work and shopping it down South. I knew I had to go from aerospace into something. When I was here I understood that I was getting excellent training. I understood that I was working with people who knew what they were doing and could get me a logical path to where I needed to go. "
Victor Dillingham, Career Transitioned Aerospace to IT Professional