Warrior Girl Corp's ACES Goes After the Online Job-Training Market

Oct 13, 2010, 17:44 ET from Warrior Girl Corp

MIAMI, Oct. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Career Education Systems Inc. (ACES) -a fully owned division of Warrior Girl Corp (Pink Sheets: WRGL) -- is set to shake-up the educational landscape again, by offering on-line career training solutions for high school graduates with alternative ambitions other than pursuing community college or university degrees.  

Current research shows that only 33% of American high school graduates go on to college, the other 77% make up the domestic market for ACES job training solutions.  This student market is double the college market size.

For as low as $40 per month, an aspiring student can enroll in a job-training program which could ultimately land an occupation paying $30,000 to $68,000 and even more in traditional occupations as well as in emerging careers such as energy consulting, bioscience, and even nuclear plant engineering to name a few.

Following the trailblazing path of the big three on-line university companies (Kaplan, DeVry, and the University of Phoenix), ACES is carving out a niche of its own in on-and-off-line job education solutions.

While in the past, Department of Educational initiatives focused primarily on improving high school graduation rates as a means to funnel these students to universities and community colleges; the government has engaged in a fresh approach which entails directing high school graduates to vocational schools as a viable alternative.

ACES is piggybacking off the Obama Administration's paradigm shift to become a gateway for high school graduates to excel in non-traditional outlets and industry trends favor this approach.

According to the EPC Research Center, 3.07 million students will graduate in the 2012 - 2013 school year.  The Minnesota Private College Research Foundation reports that 33.28% of these students enter college.  The remaining high school graduates comprising roughly 77% represent the annual low hanging fruit for candidates to enroll in alternative schools, such as ACES convenient on-line job training education solutions.

The traditional university/community college career path becomes even more problematic as a growing number of applicants are struggling to gain admission to these institutions due to the surge in applications.

And as the United States enters a new economy, the workforce will be dependent on receiving an education where dedicated skills to vocational jobs become imperative. ACES will be poised to serve this impending need. Watch for the ACES online vocational programs in the near future.


Warrior Girl Corp is a new entrant in the high growth sector of online education.  One of its main goals is to combat the high dropout rate from schools in the U.S. by offering online high school and vocational programs to the millions of people that have dropped out of school.  The company's Advanced Career Education Services (ACES) division operates all of the company's online education services and is pursuing a three-fold expansion of business: (1) through organic growth, (2) through the acquisition of synergistic educational companies that add value, accreditations, course offerings and additional revenue streams and (3) by exploring complementary businesses to maximize the company's revenue-generating capabilities. The company anticipates rapid growth amid a large and expanding private education market.

For more information on enrollment, please contact: Advanced Career Education, phone number:  305-924-3661 or visit us at http://www.acesonline.biz/

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