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Fresno Career Services Advisor Veronica Behringer

Career Services Advisor shares secret of successful student placements

by Nyla Hallum on April 21, 2015

If there is a melody going through Veronica Behringer’s head throughout her work day, it must be along the lines of “Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match,” for that is how she sees herself. A matchmaker. As a Fresno campus Career Services Advisor, it is her responsibility to pair SJVC students and graduates with their

Posted in Faculty Spotlights / Fresno

Temecula Respiratory Therapy student Adam Moniz

Respiratory Therapy program is the perfect fit for military veteran

by Nyla Hallum on April 20, 2015

Everything about Adam Moniz’s 14 years in the Marine Corps was hands-on. His Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) as a combat instructor was demonstrating infantry weapons and tactics, demolition and rockets. “I’ve probably taught a couple of thousand foreign nationals how to do those jobs and 1,200 Marine Corps recruits right out of California boot camp,”

Posted in Respiratory Therapy / Student Spotlights / Temecula


SJVC Shout Outs, Round Two!

by Jessie Manzer on April 15, 2015

Introducing our next round of SJVC Shout Outs! This time around we’re honoring some of our awesome students, instructors and staff. Thank you to everyone who nominated these shining stars! We are truly grateful and we know these nominees appreciate your support. Keep those nominations coming! Nominate a deserving instructor, staff member or classmate here.

Posted in Shout Outs

SJVC Visalia high school mixer

SJVC-bound high school seniors enjoy introduction to Business, Medical and Technical programs

by Nyla Hallum on April 14, 2015

Thirty-five local high school seniors and their family members got their first close-up look at SJVC’s programs and soon-to-be fellow classmates during an April 1st Spring Break Mixer held at the Visalia campus. This annual event was led by some members of SJVC’s Connect Crew, a group of 15┬ástudents who take a leadership role in

Posted in News and Events / Visalia

SJVC Ontario NTHS Hosa Induction

First NTHS Induction Ceremony a big success for Ontario campus

by Nyla Hallum on April 13, 2015

Over 125 students and their families and friends joined SJVC staff and faculty to induct 38 Ontario campus students into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) on April 2nd. This 30-year-old national organization has more than 760,000 members from all walks of business and industry. Student inductees were from the campus’s Medical Assisting, Medical Office

Posted in News and Events / Ontario

Online Medical Office Administration student Tiana Horn

Medical Office career provides greater satisfaction for recent graduate

by Nyla Hallum on April 9, 2015

Tiana Horn has always been interested in the medical field. She has a natural curiosity about how the human body works and she felt that, combined with the empathy she has for others, Medical Assisting would be a great career choice. It turned out to be an idea that fell a little short of a

Posted in Grad Success / Medical Office / Medical Programs / Online Program

Madera Medical Office program student Araceli Campos

Medical Office student rises above personal tragedies and builds a better future

by Nyla Hallum on April 6, 2015

Twenty years ago, Araceli Campos was a 14-year-old girl struggling in a single-parent home with her mother and her younger sister. Life became even more difficult when she realized she was pregnant. Whatever hope Araceli had for a better life slipped away. “Getting pregnant at an early age was pretty much where my life ended,

Posted in Madera / Medical Office / Student Spotlights