The quest for satisfying work can be a tough one. Luckily, Amarillo has many high-tech ways for you to boost your career.

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Amarillo College Online Courses

If you're wanting to boost your career with a certification or degree, Amarillo College offers many online options to help you out. The best part of online coursework is of course the convenience of working around your already hectic schedule.

You can get more info on Amarillo College and the courses they offer here.

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Innovation Outpost

Innovation Outpost in Amarillo was designed to help businesses and leaders in Amarillo adjust and adapt to the ever changing digital landscape. They offer a variety of programs, certifications, and courses to help you get where it is you want to go with your career.

They have a major emphasis on collaboration and innovation; hence the name.

You can get more info by following this link.

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City of Amarillo Food Safety Programs

Announced this week, the City of Amarillo is taking their Food Safety Programs online. Now you can get Certified Food Manager, Certified Food Handler, and TABC Alcohol Server-Seller training online.

The cost is pretty reasonable, according to a press release put out by the city. In the press release it states that Food Managers can get their certification for $85. You can be a certified Food Handler for $10. TABC Server-Seller certifications are available for $11.99.

For more information and to sign up you can follow this link to the City of Amarillo's Food Safety Program website.

There are a lot of opportunities out there to get yourself to the next level. The best part is that many of them have gone digital.

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