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  • Voter-Approved Bonds Allow Construction to Continue at...
    San Diego—San Diegans sent a strong message of support for the San Diego Community College District when they voted to pass Proposition S in 2002 and Proposition N in 2006. The bond measures...
  • Adult Welding Students Build Award-Winning MLK Parade Float
    Students in the Job Training/Certificate Program for welding and steel fabrication celebrated with a first place sweepstakes award for the parade float they built from scratch for San Diego...
  • Students Win Grand Sweepstakes
    Continuing Education received top honors at the MLK Parade on Sunday and our students could not be more proud! The Grand Sweepstakes Award is the grand-daddy of all awards in the Dr. Martin Luther...
  • Purified, Recycled or Tap?
    The City of San Diego’s Advanced Water Purification Facility is a small-scale facility that purifies one million gallons of recycled water every day to a level similar to distilled water quality....
  • Chef to Chef
    L to R Former Continuing Education student and professional chef Ricardo Muñoz Zurita with Martha Stewart and Instructor Marilyn Biggica. When Ricardo Muñoz Zurita, a former...
  • Topping Off
    A ‘topping off” marks the point when a structure’s highest element is hoisted into place, a practice that started in Scandinavia over 1,000 years ago. Upon reaching the highest point, workers...
  • SDCE at CATESOL
    San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) instructors Corinne Layton, Eileen Schmitz, Leah Haeber, and Steve Gwynne attending the annual CATESOL conference. Dr. Anthony E. Beebe, President of Continuing...
  • Ceremonial Groundbreaking Marks Construction Start for Expansion...
    Rainy weather forces first-ever indoor ceremony with ‘virtual’ ceremonial scoop SAN DIEGO – Steady rain and occasional downpours were not enough to deter the ceremonial...
  • Competitive Edge
    Abel Gutierrez has been employed in the food industry for ten years, but it was more than his experience that led him to his current job. Hired by Hilton Hotels as a Banquet Cook, Gutierrez...
  • Matching Older Adults with Employers
    A Mature Workforce Committee has been developed in collaboration with San Diego County Aging and Independent Services, San Diego Workforce Partnership, and other community partners. The committee...
  • Construction Starts for Expansion of Historic Educational...
    Modernization project on track to obtain Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification by US Green Building Council What: Ceremonial groundbreaking for the modernization...
  • 900+ Adult Students Graduate with Pride and New Hope
    900+ Adult Students Graduate with Pride and New Hope SAN DIEGO – Pride was soaring even higher than the airplanes flying overhead during San Diego Continuing Education’s Commencement...

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