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September 6, 2014
Citrus College supported the production of “Success in the New Economy” to help a broader audience begin to understand preparation today for tomorrow’s labor market realities. The end result is a compelling case for students to explore career choices early, make informed decisions when declaring their college education goal, and to consider technical skill acquisition, real-world application and academics (career technical programs) in tandem with a classic education. This balanced approach to life and learning results in a well-educated and employed workforce.
Leveraging his expertise in higher education and Career & Technical Education, Kevin Fleming adapted conference presentations and research to create this data-driven explanation. And award winning film creator and producer Brian Y. Marsh brought the data to life through animation.
AUGUST 31, 2014
The importance and value of Industry Certifications. Throughout the United States, there is much discussion surrounding the value and preparation of a skilled workforce. Within the community college system this discussion leads to a determinition of alignment with college courses and/or or college certificates. The Manufacturing Institute published study provides an interesting perspective on this topic. Please to a read...understand what is out there and make your own assessment.
AUGUST 16, 2014
Many of our students and/or alumni work in glass related facilities or physical plants. The Glass Academy, while a resource in the United Kingdom, provides an overview of the glass process. In Modesto, we have one of the largest bottling and recycling plant operations in the world. This facility provides many opportunities for employment throughout its organization. Can you name this facility? Enjoy the link below.
AUGUST 13, 2014
Did you know that October 3rd is national Manufacturing Day? Our communities are well represented by large employers that produce a variety of goods. These employers represent processing such as tomato processing, fruit canning, nut processing, wineries, chip producers, packaging and many more. As a major force in our industry the Manufacturing Industry employs thousands of residents into skilled and professional jobs. Learn more about your local industry.
Calendar Events 2014-15
August 23, 2014: Valley Clean Air - Tune In Tune Up Event (Stanislaus)
October 3, 2014: Manufacturing Day
October 4, 2014: Valley Clean Air - Tune in Tune Up Event (Merced)
October 17, 2014: Odyssey Alternative Fuels Day (West Campus)
November 4-7, 2014: Las Vegas SEMA
December 4, 2014: Fire Academy Graduation
December 6, 2014: VEX Regional Tournament (Mary Stuart Building)
December 8-12, 2014: FALL 2014 Final Exam Week
January 12, 2015: Spring 2015 Semester Begins
February, 26-28: VEX State Sectional (Ag Pavilion)
April 27 - May 1, 2015: SP2015 Final Exam Week