Grossmont-Cuyamaca Corporate College

Career Exploration Summer Program

Summer 2020 June 22 to June 25

Ornamental Horticulture Agriculture has a 1.7 billion dollar impact on our local economy and employs almost 12,000 local residents. In this workshop, participants became plant pest detectives, learned about the nursery industry by propagating plants and discovered what it takes to become an Arborist by climbing trees.

Environmental Health & Safety Management  Entry-level EHS Technicians work in a variety of settings ensuring the safety of workers, the environment and the general public. In this workshop, students learned about noise pollution, hazardous chemicals and participated in a simulated decontamination scenario, donning full personal protection equipment (HAZMAT suites).

Child Development Increases in legislation intended to improve the quality of education have improved the job outlook for preschool teachers. In this workshop participants engage in creative and cognitive actives designed to stimulate the developing preschool brain while learning about the role the preschool teacher plays in facilitating development.

Please see our flyer for the tentative schedule.

Additional career fields and instructors biographies coming soon. Join our mailing list for updates and early registration discounts.

This program is designed for high school students entering 10th through 12th grades.

Program Cost: $85

Location: Cuyamaca Community College 900 Rancho San Diego Parkway El Cajon CA 92019

Explore Cuyamaca College Career Education programs.

Questions? corporatecollege@gcccd.edu or 619-660-4742

Learn more about Career Education opportunities in our Region at careered.org

“I enjoyed talking to professionals in these careers and asking them questions.”

“I enjoyed the experiences that were offered, they were very interactive and exciting.”

“I can’t thank you enough for this camp. It has made a huge impact on my child. She has direction and purpose and is super excited now.”

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