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Career Education

Industry-trained Faculty And Support Staff

Our instructors are dedicated to helping you work toward your career goals. Many of our faculty are working professionals in their industry, which means they are able to give you the up-to-date skills employers are looking for right now. You will feel prepared to be successful in a career, and their connections in the community may even link you to your first job or internship.

Curriculum Designed To Improve Job Skills And Marketability

Our programs help students apply the abstract concepts and theories from academic coursework to real world situations, providing them with practical, and relevant skills that will make them more employable upon graduation. CTE programs often provide students with opportunities to gain work experience through internships, work-based learning, and industry-certification opportunities.

Career Education offers a pathway to success that allows you to learn by exploring, collaborating, and doing.

Hands On Learning

Most of your classes are comprised of labs where you are working with the actual state-of-the-art technology and tools you would use on the job.

Flexible To Balance Work-school-home Schedule

Many of our programs offer evening or weekend classes for working professionals.

Over 115 Certificates In A Wide Variety Of Programs

You will be amazed at the diverse options that you have to choose from! You have a wealth of opportunity to find a career where you get to pursue your passion.

Contact

AVP, Workforce
Dr. Derrick Booth

Dean, CE & Workforce
Dr. Raquel Arata

Student Support Specialist Career Education (CE)
Nimo Ali

Coordinator for Career Education (CE) Part-time
Tami Wooden

Email: ARCCareerEd@arc.losrios.edu 

Request Services

The Career Education team is available to assist with:

  • Questions
  • Program exploration
  • College applications
  • Educational planning

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ARC Career Education Programs Specialize

in the skilled trades, applied arts and sciences, modern technologies, and career preparation. A key element of these programs is how coursework integrates academic knowledge with technical and career readiness skills, preparing students with the skills they need to launch into a career.

On the Job Training