Career Pathway  
   
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Tim Aldinger
Workforce Development Program Manager
T: 916.491.4499
F: 916.325.0844
taldinger@foundationccc.org

Lynnette Falls
Workforce Development Specialist
T: 916.325.1855
F: 916.325.8565
lfalls@foundationccc.org

 

 
 
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Foundation Job Opportunities
 

Learn more about the Foundation and search open positions here>

 
 
BAR Student Technician Training Program
 

To review the Student Technician Position description and application information, you can download a PDF here >

For more general information about the Bureau of Automotive Repair's Smog Check Referee Program, please visit the Smog Check Referee Program page

 
 
Welcome to Career Pathway
 

Since 1998, the Career Pathway Program has provided life-shaping career opportunities for students and recruitment solutions for employers.

 

About the Career Pathway program

 
Recruitment solutions for employers...real-life experiences for interns.
Career Pathway provides life-shaping career opportunities for students and recruitment solutions for employers. The program pairs qualified students with organizations for work and job training. Students from California Community Colleges, University of California, California State Universities, and several private universities are recruited by the Foundation, individually selected by contracting organizations, and then hired by the Foundation on behalf of the organization.
 
 
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Students
Paid internships offer students an opportunity to develop the skills needed to succeed in the workforce and gain paid work experience in their fields of study. Get started by searching for an internship.

Employers
Career Pathway simplifies the process of creating an internship position for employers by handling "back office" administrative tasks like recruitment, payroll, record-keeping, and more, allowing employers to focus on creating meaningful work experiences for students. Get started here>

Faculty and Staff
College faculty and staff play an integral role in helping improve the workforce readiness of high school and Community College students. Download our fact sheet to find out more about Career Pathway.


 
 
 
  Work-based Learning  
 
 

Through a new partnership with the Linked Learning Alliance, the Foundation is involved in a statewide initiative to improve workforce readiness through increasing work-based internship opportunities for California students, with an emphasis on high school students.

JPMorgan Chase awarded a $1.2 million grant to support a pilot program that will engage employers statewide in the Linked Learning movement and help high school and Community College students secure paid internships in top fields such as engineering, health care, and law, so they can begin developing the skills necessary to be successful in today’s workplace.

 
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