In The News

There’s always great news at your local community college! Check out these local news articles featuring Career Education at the 12 colleges in the Inland Empire/Desert Region.

iMake Innovation Center Offers Authentic Learning Experiences, Will Spur Creativity for Generations

Chaffey College is offering the region’s only community college cybersecurity degree, Amazon Web Services Academy

San Bernardino Valley College building set for $70 million transformation into career hub

College of the Desert’s Indio Expansion

Mt. San Jacinto College Unveils ‘Blueprint for the Future’ at State of the College

Norco College Ranks Best For Vets-One of Only Four California Community Colleges To Make the Ranking 

Building partnerships key to student success at Crafton Hills College, campus president says

College of the Desert opens new “Dreamer Resource Center”

How $6 million will help workforce programs at San Bernardino Community College District

College of the Desert Pharmacy Technician Program Winter 2020

SBCCD Makes New Investment in The Community and The Free College Promise

These Inland Empire students received a crash course in manufacturing at Chaffey College InTech Center in Fontana

San Bernardino Community College District Hosts Prison-to-Employment Job Fair

Tutoring Center at Crafton Hills College working to expand its reach

Riverside City College Received $1.67M Grant For STEM and Nursing Pathways

Construction Begins on $43.3M Temecula Valley Campus for Mt. San Jacinto College

Enrollment growing at Riverside County community colleges, even as it levels off statewide

MSJC Receives Grant For Online Certificate Programs

13 local high schoolers earn CNA pins: Ceremony culmination of new Palo Verde College-PVUSD program

MSJC To Offer Medical Assisting Preparation Certificate In Fall 2019

Joshua Tree man collects five degrees

MSJC Registered Nursing Program Ranks No. 7 In California

Mt. San Jacinto College puts career center on wheels

California Mayors Cup Cyber Challenge

The Trades are Sparking Career Passions in the Desert at Palo Verde College in Blythe

Moreno Valley College and Norco College Get High Marks for Military-Friendly Programs

SBCCD Trustees make historic $10 million investment to explore making college free for two years

SBCCD awarded $1.8 million to upskill 3,200 Inland Empire workers

San Bernardino Valley College invests $1.2 million to expand career and technical programs

SBVC student overcomes obstacles, looks to the future

Riverside City College Receives Nearly $1.5 Million For STEM Programs

Paramedic class graduates from Crafton Hills College

How to apply for Regional Fire Academy at Crafton Hills College

MSJC students enjoy new classes and amenities as classes begin for fall 2018

Counselors learn about MSJC Career Education Program benefits to students

College of the Desert will push local cannabis industry to higher ground with new program

CA Governor signs budget that brings $1 million for San Bernardino Valley College workforce training programs

This San Bernardino graduate chose to turn his life around, go after his goals

MSJC offers course this fall for careers in Homeland Security/Anti-Terrorism

Crafton Hills College Foundation receives $10,000 grant from Bank of America

Career Technical Education programs receive $1 million for local project

VVC holding groundbreaking for new student services center

San Bernardino Valley College Recognized for Increasing Graduate Earnings

Riverside City, Moreno Valley, and Norco college graduates say goodbye

Norco College Manufacturing Technology Program Receives $95K

Crafton Hills College Honored as Statewide “Strong Workforce Star”

JLM Energy’s Student Engaged Learning Program

Norco College, $6 Million To Fund Workforce and Early Childhood Education Centers

San Bernardino Valley College and Crafton Hills College Awarded For Increasing Wages

Calif. Paramedic Students Train in Life-Like Scenarios

No lecture halls here: Inside College of the Desert’s workforce education initiatives

Building Futures with Career Education

VVC Foundation’s construction career program boosted by $50k donation

Experience through training

Crafton Hills College Foundation awards $117,000 in scholarship to students

No lecture halls here: Inside College of the Desert’s workforce education initiatives

COD To Celebrate Largest Graduating Class Ever

Student get glimpse of tech classes

COD Earns Statewide Recognition for Boosting Students’ Wages

VVC Announces new Composite Technician Certificate Program

San Bernardino colleges earn statewide recognition for boosting students’ wages

VVC announces new Pathway to Law program

A Natural Innovation at VVC

Philanthropist’s $50,000 Donation Launches VVC Program

San Bernardino Valley College Celebrates Success of Valley-Bound Commitment Program

Mt. San Jacinto College student earn prestigious recognition for academics

Moreno Valley College’s Career & Technical Education Recognized by Chancellor

Riverside City College Received Awards in Fourteen Career & Technical Programs

Norco College Recognized As Statewide Strong Workforce Star

Mt. San Jacinto College buys two Temecula buildings for $56 million

Riverside college foundation helps students with a half million dollars in scholarships

College of the Desert turns 60, gifts 1,000 area students a “miracle”

15 high school students first in Inland Empire to earn college-backed job readiness certificates

New fast-track job training in electrical tech at San Bernardino Valley College

Cracker Barrel partners with Victor Valley College to establish restaurant management scholarships

Norco College rated one of best places for veterans to go to school

Norco College, Loma Linda University students design prosthetic hand

Students get hands on with healthcare careers at Mt. San Jacinto College event

Fueling the future: Silver Valley students get Automotive Experience

Students from A.B. Miller High in Fontana learn about auto tech careers

New paramedics graduate from Crafton Hills College

Crafton Hills College celebrates 39th Respiratory Therapy class

Grant aimed at steering more Inland students toward STEM careers

Norco College to oversee $1 million campaign to boost vocational programs