San Diego Continuing Education Begins Fall Semester September 8

Share

Did you know that noncredit classes for adults are available at no cost, and due to the pandemic, will be taught fully online? Certificate programs are offered for numerous in-demand industries including Automotive, Information Technology, and Healthcare. Students can complete a certificate program within 3-6 months and upon completion are ready for entry-level employment or choose to transition to college.

While many residents were hoping to pursue a hands-on education at an SDCE campus, free ‘middle skills’ training is still being offered through remote instruction with strategies in place to mirror in-person learning and industry competencies. In addition to middle-skills job training, SDCE offers free courses in High School Diploma/Equivalency, English as a Second Language, Citizenship, and Emeritus classes for adults 55 and years and older. Enrollment for fall semester is still open; to learn more visit http://sdce.edu/.

Share

University City You Know

We value your feedback and input. Please ‘Contact Us’ at https://www.universitycitynews.org/contact-us-or-volunteer-in-uc/

News Break App: Follow us on News Break at https://www.newsbreak.com/@c/519870

Google News App: Read UCCA’s University City News posts by following Google News San Diego at https://news.google.com/

Like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/universitycitycommunityassociation

Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/UCCA_SD

Meet University City neighbors on Nextdoor at https://nextdoor.com/sandiego/

Sign up for email notifications at https://www.universitycitynews.org/sign-up-for-email-updates-from-ucca/

Visit our News Feed home page UCCA at https://www.universitycitynews.org/

Read the current print newsletter and review article guidelines at https://www.universitycitynews.org/ucca-newsletter-archives/

UCCA urges all to follow current guidance from SD County Health and Human services related to coronavirus and COVID-19. https://www.sandiego.gov/coronavirus