Career Programs are courses leading to an Associate of Science Degree or Associate of Arts Degree and courses leading to a Certificate of Achievement. Our programs provide instruction in the skills and knowledge needed to enter or to make progress in an occupation.
Career Programs Information Sessions is on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 6:00 PM in the Campus Center.
Come learn about degree and certificate programs. Talk with West Valley College faculty about how you can get started. Registration will be available. Counselors will be available for questions and answers.
Our next Career Fair will be in the fall. If you are interested in attending, please contact Career Programs at (408) 741-2098.
We have counselors available to help you with your educational path. Call the Career Programs office to set-up an appointment.
So maybe you’re the kind of student who learns by doing. Or maybe you just like to work and gain experience that way. If so, we have just the thing for you: WRKEX or Work Experience. Work Experience is a course like any other.
Workforce Development strives to improve the college’s capacity to serve students, employers and our community through innovation and entrepreneurship. Our Workforce Development program obtains the resources necessary to pursue College strategies by aggressively seeking funds and in‐kind resources from outside sources, including grants from private and public sources, contracts, and fees.
West Valley College Extension offers a variety of workshops and classes to the community for personal and professional growth.