CONTINUING EDUCATION & WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
The mission of Continuing Education & Workforce Development (CEWD) is to be responsive to the needs and interests of the community by providing courses, programs, and training that enhance the College’s occupational, technological, and academic offerings.
Students under the DPHSS/GCC Project HATSA Grant at their Intro to Construction Trades - Carpentry class.
The College offers courses outside its regular schedule of courses for students interested in personal enrichment, skill training, computer software applications, or to meet other academic needs. The College also hosts various conferences and workshops to enable participants to upgrade their skills and knowledge in a variety of areas.
Continuing Education & Workforce Development courses are primarily skill-oriented and are designed to meet the specific training needs of those seeking to upgrade skills in their workplaces, as well as those seeking to develop work skills for entry or reentry into the work force. The courses vary in length, depending on the breadth and depth of the skill to be taught.
Rowena Ellen Perez, Assistant Director
Philip Guerrero, Program Specialist
Melvin Cruz, Program Specialist
Kimberly Taitano, Program Coordinator
Krizia Gozo, Program Coordinator
Terry Guerrero, Administrative Assistant
Stephanie Fernandez, Test Examiner
Location: Student Services & Administration Bldg., Bldg. 2000, Rooms 2122-2128