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Which Vocational School Programs Are Offered at Night?

If you want to hit the reset button and really turn your life around, one of the following vocational school programs may be calling your name. Open up new opportunities for yourself, and make sure that when you get up to go to work every morning, you’re doing something you enjoy.

Are you looking for a vocational or trade school program on Long Island? Hunter Business School offers programs to improve your technical skills. Whether you want a career in the medical field or information technology, Hunter Business School offers the vocational program that will take your career to the next level.

These vocational programs prepare Hunter Business School’s graduates for entry-level positions to take advantage of their technical skills. Hunter Business School also offers a Career Services department, that provides placement assistance to our graduates. The following vocational school programs are offered by Hunter Business School. Tap on a program title below to get more information.

It is our goal to facilitate an effective and applicant-friendly admissions process, and our Admissions representatives are available to offer assistance. Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Requirements include a minimum age of 17 and proof of United States citizenship, permanent residency, or eligible non-citizenship.

Another way Hunter Business School is convenient is through its available nighttime vocational school courses. They make it possible to keep my day job and attend vocational school classes at night. Evening classes are only four hours long. They aren’t too stressful to add to my day, considering how long I work in the morning.

-Alexis Afflick, Evening Student

Why Night Classes?

  • Flexibility – Your day could become flexible enough to accommodate attending this vocational school at night and work or take care of other responsibilities during the day.
  • Job of Your Dreams – With night classes, you could become gainfully employed in a profession or vocational career that you might otherwise never be able to enter.
  • Small Classes – Night vocational classes are typically smaller than in the day, giving you more attention from school instructors, more in-depth classroom discussions, and the chance to ask more questions.
  • Relationships with Peers – You can share common experiences with fellow night school students who also cannot afford the time to attend this technical school during the day.
  • No Friday Classes – Night vocational programs run Monday through Thursday, and not Friday, leaving you to study and attend to other duties over a full weekend.
  • Better Concentration – Some people don’t do their best thinking first thing in the morning, and their minds are most alive during night classes.
  • Choice of Location – Because traveling at night may be an issue, you have the choice of attending classes at the vocational school campus closer to your home, either in Nassau (Levittown) or Suffolk (Medford).
  • Same Quality – You get the same quality vocational school instruction and features at night as are offered during the day.
  • Better Retention – Some night school students find that they are more apt to retain class material in the evening and better able to process and absorb information without the distractions of the day.
  • Good Times – Laughter and conversation are often fostered by the later time of day, making night classes more fun than they might otherwise

Fun, Not Just Academics
Student Council provides exciting, new ways to enhance your night school experience, meet new friends, and have plain old fun. Student Council is all about helping fellow vocational school students, fundraising, donating time and energy, and creativity. You can find more details on the Student Council page and the Calendar of Events.

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