Manufacturing, Construction and Transportation HomeBase
Programs that prepare students to work in the manufacturing, construction, and transportation sectors.
What is a HomeBase?
The Manufacturing, Construction, and Transportation HomeBase pathway community is a one-stop hub of support for ARC students in the programs below. You'll find counseling appointments, students studying similar majors, a place to hang out/study/belong, and your personalized Success Team. You can find your HomeBase at the College and on Canvas.
What is a Success Team?
Your Success Team includes assigned Counselors, Coaches, Faculty, and Peer Mentors.
Who is available to help?
Your HomeBase Coach is your first point of contact. They can answer questions, help you register for classes, share strategies for college success, and coach you all the way to your goal!
For questions, please contact the HomeBase Coach. If this is your first year in college, please contact the First Year Experience (FYE) Coach.
- (916) 484-8588
- Homebase Coach: Anastasiya Svyatoshchik
- HomeBase Clerk - Amy Nguyen
- Counselors: Jennifer Scalzi, Connie Ayala
- Faculty Liaison: TBA
- Location: Technical Education West: Room 404
Summer Hours of Operation
- Monday - Thursday
- 8:00am - 5:00pm
- Friday - 8:00am - 4:30pm
- Friday Virtual Services Link
Manufacturing, Construction, and Transportation Programs
Gain occupational training that combines paid employment, on-the-job training, and job-related college instruction.
Automotive Collision Technology
The Automotive Tech Programs combine classroom and hands-on shop experience to prepare for careers in the transportation industry.
Receive combined classroom and hands-on shop experiences to prepare for automotive service careers and repair all types of cars.
Design & Engineering Technology
Using real-world applications, get the knowledge and skills for architectural, civil, and mechanical engineering careers.
Diesel/Clean Diesel Technology
Diesel/Clean Diesel Technology combines classroom and hands-on shop experiences for careers in the transportation industry.
Electrician Trainee Program
The electrician trainee program provides instruction in the installation, operation, and maintenance of residential and commercial electrical distribution systems.
Electronic and telecommunications training with specialties including robotics, fiber optics, and programmable controllers.
Training in solar photovoltaic (PV) system design, including cost estimation, sales, installation, and management skills.
Horticulture improves plant culture methods, environmental sustainability, economic vitality, and quality of life.
Gain skills and knowledge in manual and semi-automatic welding processes used in the metal fabrication and construction industries.
Get the foundation in math, physics, and engineering to transfer to a four-year institution and complete a BA in engineering.