“When I started, I just knew how to fix stuff in the garage professionally,” reflects Golden West College Automotive Tech grad Thomas Nguyen on his first day as a professional automotive tech. “The training at the Golden West was [that] good.”
The job of an engineering officer is to build and maintain military bases — sometimes right in the middle of hostile territory. And Zachariah Whitrock, Navy veteran and Irvine Valley College student, wants a piece of the action.
The hospitality and culinary industries are booming in the region, and Orange Coast College is on the cutting edge, offering an array of programs for students to blaze their unique… Read More – OCC’s Cutting-Edge Culinary Arts Program Feeding Industry Demand
Just this past February, Irvine Valley College’s Paralegal Studies program received the American Bar Association’s (ABA) approval, the gold standard for the field. The approval ensures that paralegals will receive… Read More – ABA-Approved: IVC Paralegal Program Steps Up to Regional Demand
Despite what you hear on the nightly news, the leading cause of death and disease across the world is not war, or terrorism, or weapons of mass destruction. It’s water… Read More – Going with the Flow: Santiago Canyon College’s Water Utility Services Program