This is a guest post by Paolo Varquez, M.S., Ph.D candidate, Coastline College’s Career Service Specialist
Many students are often taught by society that getting a degree, certificate, credential, or license alone means that they will acquire a great job immediately after their schooling. Unfortunately, which makes landing a dream job much more competitive.
Where can a student obtain exceptional, dedicated, hands-on, short-term training for a career in construction and infrastructure, graduate from that program on a Friday, and on the following Monday most of the graduation class start at a higher paying rewarding job in their career? This is attainable through the CUES (Construction, Utilities, Energy, and Safety) Programs offered at Coastline College.
The need for cybersecurity experts is rapidly expanding and cybersecurity professionals are in high demand. Cybercrime is increasing in complexity and frequency. It is considered to be a significant danger to U.S. government agencies, companies, and organizations susceptible to potential data breaches and cyber-attacks, which affect our national and economic security.
Graduates with a degree or certificate in cybersecurity have a range of career options in every industry, including positions in banking and finance, tech, manufacturing, and in government agencies, such as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and National Security Agency (NSA). Like other computer networking degrees, salaries for those involved in cybersecurity and information security are usually higher than average. Cybersecurity professionals can earn an average
As you know, online and distance learning has developed over the years and become a growing percentage of college education courses offered by educational institutions nationwide. An increasing number of traditional and post-traditional students are taking online courses or programs for greater flexibility in balancing their work, family, and life situations. Since the majority of students attending community colleges need to work while pursuing their studies, community colleges that offer more flexible course schedules in hybrid, and site-based formats are better able to accommodate these students’ needs. Coastline is proud to be an example of such an institution offering about 83% of our programs through various distance learning modalities as well as offering site-based programs. Continue reading “Blog: Coastline Online Programs Commitment to Flexible Learning”
Stressing about finals? We get it. Here at Coastline College, we want all of our students to start with their best foot forward and we do everything we can for our students to succeed. With that being said, we have put together the top tips to help you stay focused and achieve the best results during finals.
And when in doubt, just remember to keep calm and study on!
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This is a contributor post by Jenny Fasulkey, Coastline College Marketing Department.
Student journalists and college representatives were given the opportunity to interview Eloy Ortiz Oakley, Chancellor of the California Community Colleges (CCC), on October 18th via teleconference. They were eager to get answers to their questions concerning current issues in community college news.