GENERAL & OCCUPATIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE

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  • General Work Experience (WrkEx 97) 

    • General Work Experience is supervised employment intended to assist students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes,
      and career awareness.
    • The student's employment need not be related to the student's educational goals.

 

  • Occupational Work Experience (courses ending with "99," such as WEOC99)

    •  Occupational Work Experience is supervised employment of students that extends classroom learning to the job site and relates to their chosen course of study.

 

We are an official partner college of the New World of Work.

 

Our courses focus on New World of Work's “TOP 10” ESSENTIAL 21ST CENTURY SKILLS:

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Why Enroll in a Work Experience Course?

  • Earn transferable college units (CSU only)
  • Achieve full-time status to qualify for financial aid
  • Flexible schedule: self-paced, self-directed study
  • No transportation concerns: on-campus attendance not required
  • Improve resume with on-the-job experience
  • Develop desirable work habits and attitudes
  • Our students are invited to join local events such as Food/Beverage Symposium which was held in April at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds.