Grow Your ICT Program
With our ICT expertise we help community colleges ensure student success with relevant, scalable and sustainable pathways, fundable project solutions and industry guidance reports. Ask for a custom opportunity assessment for your college!
Business Applications Software
There are more than 200,000 jobs available for office professionals in California each year. Prepare students with the business technology skills they need for entry-level through advanced positions in a variety of industries.
Many entry-level jobs in IT don’t require a 4-year degree. Help your students get training and industry certifications that lead to well-paying, in-demand jobs in computer networking and cybersecurity.
The California Community College Computer Science Associate Degree
for Transfer is the smart and economical way
to transfer to a CSU. Best practices ensure success.
Unleash the communications potential of incumbent workers and new students with digital media skills for a wide range of occupations and business needs.
Enhance and publicize your
Entertainment classes statewide and help students break into the
THE ICT EDUCATOR WEBINAR SERIES
Our live weekly webinar series helps educators stay up-to-date on the latest trends and technologies in the fast-changing world of ICT!
Join us on Fridays at 10:00 a.m. for special guest speakers and lively discussions with your colleagues across the state. Prior webinars, presentations and related support material available here
February 21 – One Year Update: The Google IT Support Professional Certificate’s Impact and How Colleges Can Get Involved
February 28 – The CAE Designation: What it Really Takes and Why it’s Worth the Effort
March 6 – How to Get Higher Transfer Rates in Computer Science Pathways
LATEST WEEKLY WEBINAR
Ray Kaupp is a familiar face to many within the Bay Area’s community colleges. He was an instructor at Cabrillo College for 12 years before moving to Sacramento to work on the California Online Community College project. He also has more than 20...
College of the Redwoods Computer Information Systems students competed recently in the National Cyber League final competition and ranked an impressive 37 out of 481 teams across the nation. There were only 4 members on the CR team, including Dylan...
The latest updates to Cisco’s certification program were a key part of the information presented at this year’s ICT Winter Educators Conference. The event featured five sessions that centered around the release of CCNA version 7 and what it means...