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  • Generations of Immigrants and Refugees become New Americans
    Dating back to 1914 San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) has supported immigrants and refugees from all over the world in becoming new Americans. SDCE prepares students to take part in the United...
  • Adult Students Return to School to Change Careers
    From Barrio Logan to Miramar, many San Diego residents are returning to school as adults to change careers, to earn high school diplomas, to improve English or to become United States Citizens. 40,...
  • Free Fashion Program Opens Industry Doors for University Students
    Ashley Sevilla, a Sophomore at San Diego State University and Landen Saunders, a Freshman at California State University, Long Beach took extra courses this summer. The fashion Maker Lab Classroom at...
  • 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 Diego Continuing...
  • 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 Diego Continuing...
  • 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. The City of San...
  • City Council Proclaims August 28 as San Diego Continuing...
    San Diego City Council will present San Diego Continuing Education (SDCE) with a City Council Proclamation pronouncing August 28, 2019, the first day of fall semester, as San Diego Continuing...
  • 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 place on Wednesday,...
  • Local Leader Recognized by California's 79th State Assembly...
    Assemblymember Shirley Weber, Ph.D., recognized long-time educational leader, Sam Phu, as a recipient of the 79th District's Annual Salute to Men Making a Difference. Dr. Weber’s yearly...
  • 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. The now 75-year-old...
  • 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 commencement ceremony....
  • Local Education President Wins Leadership Award for Innovation
    SAN DIEGO, CA — Carlos O. Turner Cortez, Ph.D. started a career in education 20 years ago, a decision he pursued due to mentorship and support during some of his earliest years as a faculty...

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