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What kinds of career training do you offer?SJVC offers over 20 highly specialized short-term career education programs on 12 campuses located throughout California — including an online division. You can earn your Associate of Science degree or certificate in a wide variety of medical, business and technical programs. Our programs offer the right balance of hands-on training and classroom instruction to prepare you for success in your chosen career.
When do classes start?Start dates for specific programs vary by campus, but classes are beginning year-round. Contact your local campus to find out when your chosen program begins—the best time to start is now!
What is the class schedule like?SJVC offers morning, afternoon or evening classes for many programs. When you meet with your admissions advisor, they can give you specific information on the programs you’re most interested in.
Do you offer financial assistance?There are a variety of financial aid programs available to the students of SJVC. Financing your education can be accomplished through several options, including: grants, scholarships, student loans, private financing and payment plans. Contact an admissions advisor to set up your financial aid consultation.
How long are the programs?In most programs, you can earn your Certificate in as few as 7 months, and your Associate of Science degree in as few as 14 months. This is a short-term investment that gives you a long-term career advantage.
What job opportunities will be waiting for me when I graduate?SJVC works with local employers to find out what job skills are in high demand. Our hands-on training gives you the skills and experience you need to compete in today’s job market. The Career Services Department works with all graduates to help them find a job in their chosen career.
How much does it cost?Tuition varies by campus and program of study. Education is the most important investment you can make in your future. There is a financial plan available for everyone, including a broad range of financial assistance options. Talk to an admissions advisor to discuss the costs of your chosen program and schedule an appointment with an experienced financial aid officer.