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Eligible Career Pathway Programs (ECPP)

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Eligible Career Pathway Programs (ECPP)

High Desert Medical College has a path to help you receive your high school diploma while enrolled in one of our programs. Students who enroll using our Ability to Benefit (ATB) procedures may enroll in one of our Eligible Career Pathway Programs (ECPP). Students will have the opportunity to earn their high school diploma while being concurrently enrolled in an eligible ECPP program.

High Desert Medical College is eligible to provide high school course work to students enrolled in Ability to Benefit (ATB) programs that offer Eligible Career Pathway Programs (ECPP).

Earn your high school diploma while concurrently enrolled in an eligible ECPP program. Through our partnership with Excel High School, HDMC can enroll eligible non-High School graduates into the following programs:

HDMC is committed to helping student’s take a significant step towards making their future great helping them secure a high school diploma while completing a program with us at the same time.

If you are interested in finding out more, complete the ECPP Interest Form on this page. You can find your closest campus by clicking here. Contact your closest campus to sign up for our next information session, too.

Eligible Career Pathway Programs (ECPP) Interest Form

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