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  • Passion for Cooking Leads to a New Future for Southeast San Diego...
    Deon Winters wanted to cook his whole life and that decision is what saved him from the criminal justice system. He enrolled in the free Culinary Arts certificate program at San...
  • Camp Pendleton Marine Veteran Achieves Goals with Brain Injury
    Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and disability among children and adults in the nation. The Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) noncredit/non-fee classes at San...
  • San Diego Leads the Nation with First Construction Trades...
    The nation’s largest noncredit institution, San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE), has the only Gateway-model that includes experiential learning with paid work experience....
  • SDCE’s Fashion Department to Host Charity Sew
    Students at San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) will make brightly colored and kid-friendly patterned pillowcases to benefit local foster youth. The Charity Sew event will take...
  • Grandmother Returns to School alongside Daughter and Grandchildren
    From sewing to housekeeping, she worked many jobs before she could graduate high school. Sixty years ago, a Tijuana, Mexico student dropped out of school to support her family....
  • Three Generations of Family to Complete GED Together
    On Saturday, May 25, hundreds of families and graduates will gather to celebrate San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) and San Diego Unified School District’s joint 2019...
  • SDCE Awarded a Quarter of a Million Dollars in Scholarships and...
    In academic year 2018-2019, San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) presented $250,000 in scholarships and awards to over 150 students at the 11th annual “Stars on the Rise...
  • San Diego Continuing Education to Award a Quarter of a Million...
    In academic year 2018-2019, San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) presents $250,000 in 150 scholarships and awards at the 11th annual “Stars on the Rise”...
  • Simone Scano Continues to excel after SDCE, at UC San Diego Early...
    Simone Scano traveled to the United States from a small town near Venice, Italy following his husband’s career as a biomedical researcher. The emotional relocation pushed...
  • Growing Up in a Medical Family: Free Career Education helps...
    The healthcare industry is showing rapid growth across Southern California and San Diego residents could strengthen their earning power with free career education. The largest...
  • Andrea Cook, Theatre Enthusiast becomes Certified Welder
    Andrea cook, a former theatre major from Graham, Texas moved to California to start a new career. She enrolled in San Diego Continuing Education’s (SDCE’s) free...
  • PROMISE STUDENT PURSUES DREAM OF BECOMING A PARAMEDIC
      When John Warner was a high school senior, he never imagined he would go to college, let alone become someone who would be saving lives around the clock. The San Diego...