Resources : Tech-Prep
There is a collaborative partnership between education and business in San Bernardino dedicated to the purpose of economic development and workforce preparation.
Find out about different health occupations.
Find out what type of courses at Chaffey College transfer to a 4-year university.
Assess what kind of careers you may be interested in working. Click on a field and find a list of choices!
Find handouts and presentations on career development. Click on industry sectors and find out what is available!
Find out what colleges are in the state of California.
Check out the campus of your choice. Choose among the 50 states.
Plan to pursue a career after high school. Search to find what careers would be of interest.
What are the 50 top occupations? STEM jobs? Find out what are the in-demand occupations for a given field and the industry overview.
The site will guide you to the hottest jobs in the market for the Inland Empire. Check the local community colleges, 4-year universities, and vocational schools. Diverse professional experiences are available to watch on video. Plus, compare wages for high demand jobs that employers need to fill.
Chaffey College global career center provide information on careers. Move the compass to select information.
Learn about Career and Technical Education programs offered throughout San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
What types of jobs are in demand in today’s society? Find out salary information and other employment options.
The web site orients students for college while they are freshman, sophomore, junior, and seniors. What kind of financial aid can I get? Test your knowledge about college by taking the quiz on the web site to find out!
Find occupations and search for tools and technology required for each job.
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) prepares students to be the most innovative and productive leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and to make meaningful, pioneering contributions to our world.
Watch students traveling the entire country and around the world interviewing people who love the job they are in.
This state web site allows educators/counselors, students, and parents to view classes that can lead to careers in a field of choice.
Helpful information is available providing an in-depth list of occupations for a given industry. Map your future!
Who do you want to be? Listen to people who were in high school and their ambition of completing a career. Hear about fields you probably never heard about.