May 22, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Workforce needed for California’s expanding life sciences sector

Wide range of good-paying jobs benefit from industry generating more than $300 billion in output Read More »

Help Wanted: Next generation of auto techs needed in Inland Empire
May 17, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Help Wanted: Next generation of auto techs needed in Inland Empire

Community colleges in region to use new workforce funds to upgrade auto labs for electric and hybrid vehicles Read More »

Program pays for technical skill interns earning experience, salary in Inland Empire
May 03, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Program pays for technical skill interns earning experience, salary in Inland Empire

Employers bear no cost to take on interns in technician jobs and provide valuable on-the-job training Read More »

Strong Workforce funding addresses immediate need in SoCal trade and logistics
April 27, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Strong Workforce funding addresses immediate need in SoCal trade and logistics

Vital trade sector drives region's demand for bigger workforce. These colleges are stepping up. Read More »

VIDEO: How to build a Strong Workforce for California
April 24, 2017 by John Guenther

VIDEO: How to build a Strong Workforce for California

Take a couple minutes to learn how the next generation of workers will benefit from community college initiative Read More »

Addressing the San Diego-Imperial workforce job readiness dilemma
April 20, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Addressing the San Diego-Imperial workforce job readiness dilemma

Colleges team up to address skills gap in important sectors, like the region's vital health care industry Read More »

California’s major economic sectors to benefit from new Strong Workforce funding
April 13, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

California’s major economic sectors to benefit from new Strong Workforce funding

Community Colleges reveal $200 million in spending and accountability plans via regional workforce programs Read More »

Community Colleges give breakdown where new workforce funds being spent
April 05, 2017 by Ed Coghlan

Community Colleges give breakdown where new workforce funds being spent

Data portal details how $200 million in career tech education funding are being distributed across California Read More »

San Diego community college gives biomanufacturing student a competitive edge
March 08, 2017 by Amber Nelson

San Diego community college gives biomanufacturing student a competitive edge

Student earning certificate at San Diego Miramar College lands lab job over four-year degree candidates Read More »

Cybersecurity competition aims to launch tech career for California students
March 02, 2017 by Amber Nelson

Cybersecurity competition aims to launch tech career for California students

California Community Colleges participate in CyberPatriot program to spur student interest in growing field Read More »

Living Lab brings new life to learning at Chaffey College
February 22, 2017 by Amber Nelson

Living Lab brings new life to learning at Chaffey College

Program uses physical parts of campus to teach STEM hands-on Read More »

Get Focused…Stay Focused empowers students to define their own future
February 17, 2017 by Leah Grassini Moehle

Get Focused…Stay Focused empowers students to define their own future

Career readiness program brings focus to California millennials facing a challenging economy Read More »

Sacramento college combats racial and economic disparities through health care career pathways
February 14, 2017 by Amber Nelson

Sacramento college combats racial and economic disparities through health care career pathways

Program boosted diversity and success rate of allied health care training programs Read More »

Grant program lights spark in Bay Area students to learn art of welding
February 13, 2017 by Amber Nelson

Grant program lights spark in Bay Area students to learn art of welding

Career tech education funding brings hands-on training to welding workforce needed by local companies Read More »

Bay Area community colleges build program for needed quality control inspectors
February 09, 2017 by Amber Nelson

Bay Area community colleges build program for needed quality control inspectors

Manufacturers and other companies in the region need 400 inspectors every year Read More »

Striving to be a “servant-leader,” head of Victor Valley College takes on last great challenge
February 03, 2017 by Amber Nelson

Striving to be a “servant-leader,” head of Victor Valley College takes on last great challenge

Dr. Roger Wagner: Community colleges are "go-to" organization for closing skills gaps Read More »

California Community Colleges launch biomanufacturing bachelor degree program
January 25, 2017 by Amber Nelson

California Community Colleges launch biomanufacturing bachelor degree program

Two colleges worked together to offer a four-year biotechnology and biomanufacturing degree Read More »

California Community Colleges rewarded for supporting budding entrepreneurs
January 12, 2017 by Amber Nelson

California Community Colleges rewarded for supporting budding entrepreneurs

Efforts to promote entrepreneurs and small business in California earned national recognition Read More »

Community Colleges and Inland Empire manufacturers build training center to close skills gap
January 10, 2017 by Amber Nelson

Community Colleges and Inland Empire manufacturers build training center to close skills gap

Collaboration helps train more skilled workers to meet local demand as older workers retire and technology changes Read More »

College creates career center dedicated to helping career technical education students
January 06, 2017 by Amber Nelson

College creates career center dedicated to helping career technical education students

CTE students sometimes can require support and career help different from students on traditional transfer pathways Read More »

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