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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

The road to your perfect career starts here. Whatever your goals are, you can accomplish them with a California community college education.

Michael Mariano

Student, Electronics Technology

To get into this field, you just have to be passionate about it. If you enjoy wires and learning how to control things and produce your own brand-new innovative products, you would love this program.

Explore Your Career Options in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Career Education programs at a California community college give you the real life experience you need to succeed.

Chemical and Material Engineering

If you look good in a lab coat, you might consider a career in Chemical and Material Engineering. People with these jobs develop and process chemicals, conduct laboratory tests and invent new ways to use materials.

Civil Engineering

If you want to design and build the future, you might consider a career in Civil Engineering. People with these jobs design and perform construction operations for buildings.

Electrical and Electronic Engineering

If electricity sparks your interest, you might consider a career in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. People with these jobs develop, test and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment.

Energy and Natural Resource Engineering

If you want to fuel the future, you might consider a career in Energy and Natural Resource Engineering. People with these jobs develop energy projects and control environmental hazards.

Industrial Engineering

If you want to help keep people safe, you might consider a career in Industrial Engineering. People with these jobs determine the best way to help employees, machines, materials, information and energy work together.

Life and Environmental Sciences

If you love plants and animals, you might consider a career in Life and Environmental Sciences. People with these jobs study plant and animal life.

Mathematics and Social Sciences

If you want to use math to help society, you might consider a career in Mathematics and Social Sciences. People with these jobs study mathematical methods, solve problems using math and study human society.

Mechanical Engineering

If you like working with machines, you might consider a career in Mechanical Engineering. People with these jobs develop and test mechanical equipment.

Physical Sciences

If you've got your head in the clouds but your eye in a telescope, you might consider a career in Physical Sciences. People with these jobs study the earth, atmosphere and space, and develop new theories via research and experimentation.

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If you're interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, there is a California Community College near you.

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Calbright College

Calbright is a new kind of college, one designed to fit the needs of people like you. We offer online job training that focuses on careers, not college credentials. If you're ready to find a career with a future, we can help you reach your goals.

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