Workforce Education

Programs

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De Anza College – The Path to Your New Career Begins Here

No matter where you are on your career journey, De Anza College has a program to suit your needs.

 

A career is a lifelong journey that begins with thoughtful planning and preparation. De Anza College is proud to offer more than 30 Workforce Education programs that can give you the skills to succeed in the Bay Area economy. These certificate and degree programs combine expert faculty and innovative curriculum in 6- to 24-month programs.

 

Each Workforce Education program at De Anza College is designed by instructors in conjunction with industry experts. Programs combine classroom and interactive learning in state-of-the-art, work-related environments. Many Workforce Education programs incorporate internship components to offer participants on-the-job experience.

 

Download our Workforce Education brochure in the languages listed below. 

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Spanish
Chinese
Vietnamese

 

Job Search Services for Workforce Education Programs

Students, Alumni and Employers have access to the Career Development Coordinator who will help facilitate a match between employers and candidates.

 

Employers

Register for a FREE account to post jobs, search resumes and register for job fairs at:

http://www.collegecentral.com/deanza/Employer.cfm

 

For more information contact Ashley Phillips, Career Development Coordinator, (408)864-5717 or

phillipsashley@fhda.edu

 

Students

Register for a free account to browse jobs and post your resume and/or portfolio. You can also view the schedule of employment preparation workshops at:

http://www.collegecentral.com/deanza/Student.cfm

 

For more information contact Ashley Phillips, Career Development Coordinator, (408)864-5717 or

phillipsashley@fhda.edu

 

 

 


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Workforce Education
Contact: Margaret Bdzil
Phone: 408.864.8937
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Last Updated: 3/5/15