Business Programs

Finding The Right College Experience

by Nyla on December 2, 2012

At 22-years old, Chelsea Sestini had given post high school education a good try. She had been in and out of community college classes and had even done the online thing, but with little success. “It just wasn’t working for me, and I felt like I was falling through the cracks,” says Chelsea. Then, when

Posted in Business Administration / Business Programs / Student Spotlights / Visalia

SJVC Student Accepted Into MIT Program Post Graduation

by SJVC on September 17, 2012

“Always be open to changes and accept the differences of a company or person. Be open to jumping in on opportunities like internships, because you never know where it could bring you.” This is the advice Business Administration student Jennifer Wong gives students after completing an internship with SJVC SIFE and Sam’s Club of Ontario.

Posted in Business Administration / Business Programs / Ontario / Student Spotlights

Visalia Criminal Justice students attend the Hero’s Breakfast

by SJVC on July 12, 2012

“It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” Many job seekers and students have heard that saying time and time again, but SJVC Visalia Criminal Justice students Lizbeth Gomez and Dnae Blow capitalized on the idea. The two attended a Hero’s Breakfast held at Quail Park; to honor law enforcement members in the community.

Posted in Business Programs / Criminal Justice: Corrections / News and Events / Visalia

A Love For Numbers And Desire For A Quick Education

by SJVC on March 16, 2012

With a love for numbers and a desire for a quick education, SJVC’s business administration program was a great fit for Rancho Cucamonga student Celia Rabago. After discovering that the program was quick and finding she could search for a job directly after graduation, she knew SJVC was the school for her. “I always wanted to

Posted in Business Administration / Business Programs / Ontario / Student Spotlights

A Second Chance

by SJVC on March 2, 2012

“It was really hard for me to get focused on my grades since I got started on the wrong path. After I was expelled was when I realized that this was horrible and I would just cry.” Christian Mendoza, a Business Administration student at SJVC’s Rancho Cucamonga campus, is a prime example of someone who turned

Posted in Business Administration / Business Programs / Ontario / Student Spotlights

Positive Step Forward

by SJVC on February 17, 2012

Manual Sanchez, a Business Administration student at SJVC’sBakersfield campus, is someone whose life is one of trials and rough patches; however he does not look at his past in a negative way. He views himself as a dedicated student who is aiming towards a successful future. “For people who have very bad backgrounds, no matter

Posted in Bakersfield / Business Administration / Business Programs / Student Spotlights

No More Hanging Out at the Bottom of the Food Chain

by SJVC on November 23, 2011

Porschea Bowdre was tired of hitting a promotional ceiling in her professional career. As a correctional facility employee, Bowdre had all the experience necessary for a position in parole but was missing one thing – a degree. An obviously social person, Bowdre never saw nor experienced education as an island. Referred to SJVC by her

Posted in Business Programs / Criminal Justice: Corrections / Grad Success / Hesperia / Victor Valley

Congratulations Matt Miller!

by SJVC on November 7, 2011

We love to hear from our students post-graduation and thought we’d post one of our most recent success stories here. Congratulations to Matt! We are so proud of you! I started my San Joaquin Online experience August 2010. Since that time I have gained a vast amount of knowledge, not only in my construction major,

Posted in Business Programs / Construction Management / Grad Success / Online Division

Letter from One Student to You

by SJVC on October 25, 2011

One of the best parts about SJVC is celebrating our students: learning about their lives, their journey to education and the things that keep them going. We are proud of all our students and particularly of Rondale Stevenson, a Rancho Cucamonga student who will graduate from the Criminal Justice program on November 16. Hello my

Posted in Business Programs / Criminal Justice: Corrections / Ontario / Student Spotlights