News and Events

Rancho Cordova Respiratory Therapy students jump in to aid Paradise fire evacuees

by Nyla on December 12, 2018

Recently a faculty member and several students from SJVC Rancho Cordova’s Respiratory Therapy program ran toward danger to help the members of the town destroyed by California’s deadly and devastating Camp Fire. Residents of Paradise took refuge in a make-shift medical shelter set up in Chico, which is about 45 minutes away from their hometown.

Posted in News and Events / Rancho Cordova

San Joaquin Valley College, Inc. completes acquisition of Carrington College

by SJVC on December 6, 2018

Carrington College Will Continue to Operate as a Separate Education Institution San Joaquin Valley College, Inc. has completed its previously announced acquisition of Carrington College, a regionally-accredited institution that provides a career-focused curriculum in the allied health fields. San Joaquin Valley College, Inc. is now the parent organization of Carrington College and its existing San

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Cordova 2018 Partnership in Thanks partial

SJVC Rancho Cordova Respiratory Therapy students volunteer for A Partnership in Thanks

by Nyla on December 4, 2018

Respiratory Therapy program students at the Rancho Cordova campus answered the call once again this Thanksgiving holiday to be of service to many of those who might otherwise have little to celebrate. 26 enthusiastic students and Respiratory Therapy program instructor Jodilee Prophet were the first to show up at the church where the annual A

Posted in News and Events / Rancho Cordova

Temecula Surg Tech students practicing C Section

Temecula campus holds “Hospital Day” to put students to the test

by Nyla on December 3, 2018

Medical program students on SJVC’s Temecula campus broke out of the controlled environment of hands-on training in labs to taste a little “real-world” action during “Hospital Day” recently. Students from SJVC Temecula’s Criminal Justice Corrections, HVAC and Business programs got to exercise their career skills and acting chops as well. “The entire campus was turned

Posted in News and Events / Temecula

3 Medical Careers That Pay Off (and You Can Learn in Under 2 Years)

by Susie on November 28, 2018

When most people consider pursuing a medical career, they think it takes several years of school before they can start working. That’s not always the case. In fact, there are medical careers that offer decent pay and often take less than 2 years of college to earn an associate’s degree. Respiratory Therapists According to the

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Congressman Jim Costa meeting with SJVC Aviation students, faculty and staff

SJVC Fresno’s Aviation campus welcomes Congressman Jim Costa

by Nyla on November 27, 2018

As a member of congress representing California’s 16th District, Jim Costa enjoys getting out into the communities his office serves and meeting local businesses and constituents. During the 40 years he has held governmental offices, he has come to recognize many of those businesses as providing an important service to their communities, San Joaquin Valley

Posted in Aviation / News and Events

State Assemblyman Jay Obernolte with SJVC Hesperia Campus President Richard Matley

State Assemblyman Jay Obernolte visits SJVC’s Victor Valley campus

by Nyla on November 26, 2018

As the State Assemblyman for District 33, Jay Obernolte likes to know the communities and businesses he serves. He realizes that educational facilities serve an important role in strengthening human resources for businesses large and small in his district of approximately half a million people. Assemblyman Obernolte accepted the invitation to visit SJVC’s Victor Valley

Posted in News and Events / Victor Valley

Doug Patch

Victor Valley campus loses beloved instructor Douglas Patch

by Nyla on November 19, 2018

Douglas Patch was a strong and vocal presence on the Victor Valley (Hesperia) campus for over 8 years as he guided Business Administration program students and improved everything he touched in his role as instructor and colleague. His mindset was always one of “how can we make this better.” “I still expect to hear him

Posted in News and Events / Victor Valley

Worker practicing safe ladder use

SJVC Ontario students benefit from ladder safety training

by Nyla on November 13, 2018

Students on the Ontario campus were shocked to learn how common – and preventable – ladder accidents are nationwide. Roughly 10,000 serious injuries occur each year and between 200-300 fatalities are reported. Those serious injuries run from sprained muscles and broken bones to life-altering concussions and loss of limb and sight, and occur largely among

Posted in News and Events / Ontario