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Respiratory Therapy 3K Walk-Rancho Cordova

Respiratory Therapy team walks it off at 3k race

by Nyla Hallum on November 24, 2015

Rancho Cordova Respiratory Therapy students did not want to miss a chance to weigh in on the Pulmonary Hypertension Association’s ‘O2 Breathe Walk’ held on Oct. 10th at the Maidu Park in Roseville. San Joaquin Valley College’s 11-member team, Auscultate This! helped raise $5,723 for the Pulmonary Hypertension Association to provide awareness about this disease

Posted in News and Events / Rancho Cordova / Respiratory Therapy

Upstage Club: A Penny Saved

Lights Up! Enter Stage Right

by Nyla Hallum on November 19, 2015

A villain, a hero, and a happily ever-after provide the perfect recipe for mass entertainment. Just ask members of the Fresno campus’ Upstage Club, as they took their bows after three live performances of “A Penny Saved”, on September 3rd. Over 100 students, staff and faculty cheered and booed – at appropriate times – four

Posted in Fresno / News and Events

Bakersfield Cousins

A tradition of families thrives on the Bakersfield campus

by Nyla Hallum on November 17, 2015

It is not at all unusual to see multiple generations of family members walk through SJVC doors and leave months later with a certificate or degree. It is a little more unusual to see multiple family members working at the same campus. But that is exactly what SJVC Bakersfield has been enjoying for the last

Posted in Bakersfield / Faculty Spotlights

MA Sim Man Temecula

Medical Assisting students improve skills with SimMan

by Nyla Hallum on November 12, 2015

Temecula campus’ SimMan – an expensive teaching mannequin built to simulate human body functions, such as heartbeat and respiration – will now be shared between the Respiratory Therapy and Medical Assisting programs. “The Respiratory Therapy program on our campus uses the SimMan and other simulation mannequins to help assess patients and perform procedures on a

Posted in Medical Assisting / News and Events / Temecula

Information Technology Concentrations

Information Technology program provides four concentrations, plus industry certifications prep for top jobs

by Nyla Hallum on November 4, 2015

For those who want to break into the Information Technology (IT) field, SJVC offers the whole package to position Online IT students for those top-notch positions. Four versatile concentrations allow students to specialize in their primary areas of interest: Web Development, Database Administration and Information Security, in addition to Networking and Telecommunications. “These four areas are

Posted in Information Technology / News and Events / Online Division / Online Program

Dental Assisting Seminar Temecula

Dental Assisting students get crucial tips for upcoming State exam

by Nyla Hallum on November 2, 2015

Dental Assisting students on the Temecula campus got some important ‘insider’ information that will help them do well on their upcoming Registered Dental Assisting state boards. Zena Delling from J and Z Dental Seminars spent two hours with Dental Assisting program students recently, and left them feeling a lot better about what they might expect

Posted in Dental Assisting / News and Events / Temecula

NICU Reunion

Respiratory Therapy Students attend hospital NICU’s 26th reunion

by Nyla Hallum on October 26, 2015

Eleven Respiratory Therapy students on the Rancho Cordova campus joined about 350 other celebrants for Mercy San Juan Medical Center’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit’s 26th reunion. This annual reunion is a time for children who began their tentative lives in the hospital’s NICU to celebrate each other with their parents, siblings and caregivers. “Staff and

Posted in News and Events / Rancho Cordova / Respiratory Therapy