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2018’s 4th Annual Counselor Conference

Conference Agenda with Downloadable Presentations, Links and Resources 8:00 – 9:00 Registration and Breakfast: Liberty Ballroom 9:00 Welcome: Liberty Ballroom (Tim Woods) 9:15 Guided Pathways Implementation: Liberty Ballroom (Dr. Sonya Christian) 10:15 – 10:30 Break/Transition 10:30 Breakout Session #1 Global Trade (Jeanette Benson) How Technology is Changing Healthcare (Valerie Fisher) CyberPatriot Update (Dennis Mohle) Energy(David … Read More

Summer 2018 Newsletter

The Central/Mother Lode Regional Consortiums Newsletter is here! Check out the link below to stay up to date on future meetings, programs, jobs and everything in between. Direct Link To CRC’s 2018 Summer Newsletter  


Click the link below for full access to the PDF that contains the Questions & Answers regarding the “No. 2018/19-CRC-001-RW-RFP” Q&A For The RFP  Additional Information Regarding the RFP Schedule: RFP SCHEDULE / KEY DATES RFP Available to Prospective Respondents:  May 25th, 2o18 Deadline to Submit Pre-Proposal Requests for Information:  June 1st, 2018 Answers Provided … Read More


Bakersfield College is Offering their ‘Summer Stem Academy’, which is a FREE program created for JR High and High School age students who have a passion for Science, Technology, Engineering, and/or Mathematics- AKA the ‘STEM’ fields. The one-week courses are designed to encourage students to advance and expand their knowledge and understanding of their chosen interest, within the … Read More

Request For Proposal: CTE Rebranding and Marketing Campaign

Click the link below to view the full Proposal for the CTE Rebranding & Marketing Campaign CTE Re-branding & Marketing Campaign   Additional Links: The link below is the full PDF of the Q&A regarding the Proposal for the CTE Rebranding & Marketing Campaign Q&A For The RFP

Cerro Coso Industrial Arts – Welding Technology

Cerro Coso Industrial Arts – Welding Technology Cerro Coso’s Welding Technology Program trains students in multiple welding processes and is designed to prepare them for an entry-level welding position in diverse fields. Safe and clean work habits are practiced and personal protective equipment is required. CTE Enhancement Funds were used to remodel and re-equip the … Read More

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