Are you interested in being a teacher? Do you have a bachelor’s degree? If so, join the Alder Teacher Residency program at Monterey Peninsula Unified School District (MPUSD) with schools in Monterey, Seaside, and Marina. Receive priority hiring in MPUSD schools through the residency program where you will earn your teaching credential and Masters in Education in one year while apprenticing in an MPUSD classroom.
Multi-year state program designed to provide all CA Community Colleges with the opportunity to implement Guided Pathways for the purpose of significantly improving student outcomes.
The Santa Cruz County Career Technical Education Partnership (CTEP) provides students with the opportunity to acquire career training and technical skills that prepare them for success in a changing workplace and continuing education. CTEP, a Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) accredited program of the Santa Cruz County Office of Education offered in cooperation with county high school districts and the local business community provides job training for youth 16 and older and some adults (currently restricted to a few programs).
Get trained for a career you’ll love. Center for Employment Training (CET) teaches you the skills needed to land a job in your chosen field. They provide the training and support to help students of all backgrounds succeed in work and life. With locations in Watsonville, Salinas, and Soledad, you can find 13 training programs in the Monterey Bay region.
The CSin3 program is a collaborative degree program between CSU Monterey Bay and Hartnell College. Students in this program take classes at both schools and earn a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from CSU Monterey Bay in 3 years.
The purpose of the Health Workforce Initiative (HWI) is to identify health care workforce needs and cultivate solutions. The role of the HWI is to facilitate a community college response to workforce needs. The site includes an interactive map to find health career programs and an inventory of regional programs (click here for Monterey Bay area).
Teach California is designed to recruit individuals to the profession of teaching, explain the teacher preparation process, assist prospective teachers in creating their plan to become credentialed teachers, provide relevant content, partner with related public and non-profit entities, and offer links to important resources.
UC Santa Cruz MA/Credential Program prepares future teachers in Multiple Subjects teaching credential program, Single Subject teaching credential program in the following areas: Social Sciences, Mathematics, English, & Science. The program also offers Bilingual Authorization (in Spanish).
A website is designed to help you understand the 12-county Bay Area region’s labor market needs for a targeted group of middle-skills occupations.