Career Pathways Bridge Programs
Get the Skills You Need for a Great Career
Through Career Bridge Pathway Programs, you can improve your English, reading, writing, and/or math skills while you also gain job skills that can lead to a great career with good pay. Classes are held evenings or weekends so you can work while going to college.
These programs are tailored for those who:
- Took an admissions exam and did not meet the program entry scores
- Are a level 4, 5 or 6 English Language Learner (ELL) student
- Don't have a high school diploma, HSED or GED®
Available Pathway Programs
Industrial Technician Fundamentals Certificate – Starting August 2024
This program is an opportunity for Spanish/English speaking students to gain fundamental knowledge of manufacturing components, basic power concepts, and print reading skills.
Healthcare Customer Service Representative Certificate – Starting August 2024
This program prepares you to assist physicians in their offices or other medical settings. You will earn a Healthcare Customer Service Representative Certificate as you work toward your technical diploma.
MIG Welding Certificate – Starting August 2024
This program prepares students to join metal by applying heat and pressure to join metal sections together to form a permanent bond. Welders plan layouts or work from blueprints, drawings, or other specifications.
Residential Wiring Certificate – Start Date To Be Determined (Based on interest level)
This program prepares students to install, maintain, and service basic electrical equipment used in residential, commercial, and industrial settings. You will earn a certificate in Residential Wiring. The credits you earn from this program are transferrable to the Construction Technology Associate Degree.
Nursing Assistant Certificate – Start Date To Be Determined
This program prepares you to perform basic nursing tasks under the supervision and direction of a Registered Nurse in nursing home, home health, or hospital settings. After completing the certificate coursework, you must pass the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program competency exam to become a Certified Nursing Assistant.