Real Life.Real Careers.
Career education is still the first choice for students who are ready for real life and real careers. In many fields, career education graduates boast starting salaries of over $75,000 a year in industries where job demand is skyrocketing. Check out these great resources to start fast tracking your future, today!
of all future jobs will require education beyond a high school diploma
new middle-skills jobs requiring associate degrees, certificates, and workforce development training are created every year in Orange County
Orange County jobs went unfilled in 2019 due to not having enough workers with the right career education
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed a lot of things, but one thing remains the same: Orange County’s career education programs are still providing the same great education and the same great support they’re known for…they’re just doing it ONLINE! Click for a list of related resources.
Whether you’re looking for your first job, upgrading your skills, or planning to transfer to a four year college, a career education is still the key to bigger paychecks, better careers, and brighter futures. Click to see what resources are available at an Orange County community college.
If you’re looking for a higher salary, lower unemployment, and greater security for you and your family, you’ve come to the right place. Orange County’s community college career education programs are building brighter futures than ever. Click for a list of FREE career exploration resources!
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Orange County’s community colleges are now offering hundreds of career education courses entirely ONLINE!
All student support services have gone online where they will remain there until California’s social distancing recommendations end.
The safety and security of students remains the key focus of Orange County’s community colleges. For system wide updates, please visit the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office’s Coronavirus Update page. For college-specific updates, view the links below.
First-time college students may be eligible for a full free year of college tuition through the California College Promise Grant.
OC students and faculty have FREE access to Linkedin Learning’s over 16,000 expert-led video tutorials on topics every professor can use and every student can benefit from!
The “I Can Afford College” campaign is a statewide financial aid awareness initiative sponsored by the California Community Colleges. Click to determine your eligibility for financial aid.
Ready to find your future?
Use these FREE resources to explore your interests, identify in-demand careers, and find the regional career education programs that can help you build the future you’re dreaming of!