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Sinclair has created this frequently asked questions (FAQs) knowledge base to help answer common questions anytime 24/7. Just type in your question below and we will search for the answer. You can also browser answers by topic or category.

Are the courses through Sinclair Workforce Development for credit?

Learning and Development courses offered through are mostly non-credit. However, some programs do articulate to college credit should a participant decide to continue education at Sinclair. Please contact Workforce Development at 937-252-9787 for more information.

Are learning and development courses available at the regional centers?

Yes. Workforce Development courses are offered in many venues depending on customer needs. This includes employer sites, Sinclair Main Campus and regional campuses. For more information visit

How do I request info on Learning and Development opportunities?

Please contact Workforce Development at 937-252-9787 or

As an employer how can I post jobs for hire?

The Student & Community Engagement office offers services to employers wishing to recruit, hire or make jobs available to Sinclair grads, prospective grads or the general population. Our goal is connect employers to qualified candidates. Recruitment opportunities include:


  1. Career Fairs
  2. JobLink - Online job posting board
  3. Resume Referrals
  4. On Campus Interviews
  5. Table Recruiting on Campus - Career Opportunity Corner
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Are there services available to help with job searching?

Sinclair's Student & Community Engagement office has many great resources for career development including:

  • Developing a resume
  • Creating a cover letter
  • Making a reference list
  • Completing a job application
  • Job searching help
  • Preparing for interviews

Even more resources are available on Sinclair's Career Connection website about finding your job and getting hired.

What career advising is available?

The Academic Advising Center offers Career Advising to help students define their values, talents and interests, and connect them to programs of study that lead to the realization of their career and academic pursuits. If you need help selecting a program of study Career Advising is the first step in providing you the help needed, call 937-512-3700 for an appointment or schedule online.

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