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San Joaquin Valley College Announces New Campus in Rancho Mirage

by SJVC on January 3, 2020

San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC), an accredited family-owned college that offers certificate, associate and bachelor of science degree programs in the medical, business and technical fields, today announced a new campus in Rancho Mirage. The College is located at 34275 Monterey Avenue, Rancho Mirage, CA 92270. The SJVC campus in Rancho Mirage will begin enrolling

Posted in News and Events / Rancho Mirage / SJVC

San Joaquin Valley College Announces New Campus in Santa Maria

by SJVC on January 3, 2020

San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC), an accredited family-owned college that offers certificate, associate and bachelor of science degree programs in the medical, business and technical fields, today announced a new campus in Santa Maria. The College is located at 303 Plaza Drive, Santa Maria, CA 93454. The SJVC campus in Santa Maria will begin enrolling

Posted in News and Events / Santa Maria / SJVC

SJVCI – SBBC Acquisition Complete

by SJVC on January 2, 2020

San Joaquin Valley College, Inc. Completes Acquisition of Santa Barbara Business College San Joaquin Valley College, Inc. (SJVCI) has completed its previously announced acquisition of Santa Barbara Business College (SBBC). SJVCI will now be the parent organization of SBBC, Carrington College and its existing San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC). “We are pleased to be able

Posted in News and Events / SJVC

Respiratory Therapy Program at San Joaquin Valley College Named a Top Online Program for Overall Value

Respiratory Therapy Program at San Joaquin Valley College Named a Top Online Program for Overall Value

by Ryan Smith on January 2, 2020

San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC), a family-owned college, is proud to announce that its online Bachelor of Science Respiratory Therapy degree completion (BSRT) program was ranked one of the top online respiratory programs by Intelligent.com. Intelligent.com, an editorially independent research organization and educational website, recently profiled and rated some of the nation’s top colleges and

Posted in News and Events / Online Program / Respiratory Therapy / Respiratory Therapy Bachelor's Degree

The Importance of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) and Tips on How to Apply

The Importance of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) and Tips on How to Apply

by Ryan Smith on December 31, 2019

A quality education is an investment, but it can be expensive. That is why the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) is an important resource for students who need financial assistance. The U.S. Department of Education uses the FAFSA® to determine eligibility for federal student aid, including loans and grants, and are generally more preferred over private loans.

Posted in News and Events / SJVC

Struggling with the English language would not stop career dreams

Struggling with the English language would not stop career dreams

by Nyla on December 17, 2019

For years Esbeida Valencia was content to be a stay-at-home mom to her and husband, Antonio’s four children. With her children growing less dependent, circumstances were lining up to allow her to pursue her long-held dream to become a Medical Assistant. College was the step she would have to take to make that happen. Daughter,

Posted in Delano / Grad Success / Medical Assisting

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SJVC Rancho Cordova hosted their first Youth Health Conference

by SJVC on December 11, 2019

San Joaquin Valley College (SJVC), a private junior college in Rancho Cordova, hosted its first Youth Health Conference at their state-of-the-art campus located at 11000 Olson Road. The focus of this conference was to expose local junior, and high school students to area experts who possess advanced knowledge of the health care setting, and introduce

Posted in News and Events / Rancho Cordova / Respiratory Therapy / Surgical Technologist

Student turns her natural customer service talents into a career choice

by Nyla on December 10, 2019

Carolyn Villa was tired of being treated like an annoying interruption by doctor’s office receptionists when she called to schedule appointments for her mom or one of her kids. It became a pet peeve that happened far too often for her to brush it off. “They don’t sound like they want to be working and

Posted in Delano / Medical Office / Student Spotlights

Student refreshes her job skills and self-confidence in SJVC’s Business Office Administration program

Student refreshes her job skills and self-confidence in SJVC’s Business Office Administration program

by Nyla on December 4, 2019

Three years ago, Magdalena Carrasco thought she was ready to start a career in business. She had earned an Associate’s degree in Accounting and was looking forward to contributing financially to the life she and her husband, Norwin, planned to provide for themselves and their young son, Keith. When they found out Magdalena was expecting

Posted in Business Administration / Delano / Student Spotlights