As California’s population surges, we not only need to build places for people to live, we need energy and utilities for these structures. Programs in this sector train you in architecture, engineering, electrical, mechanical, and construction roles. Get into these fast-growing industries. They are seeking more efficient, alternative energy sources, which means you are choosing a career path that gives you job security around the globe.
Student Story: Dustin Smith
Dustin is intrigued by the minerals and materials making up our planet. He wants to make sure these resources are around for a long time, so he chose to study geographic information systems right out of high school. Career education at a community college made the most financial sense for Dustin, and as he approaches graduation, he couldn’t be happier with his decision. Watch now to see what happens when tech meets dirt.