The Promise Scholarship covers all student fees and textbook assistance for the first year that a student is enrolled.
NOVA Workforce Investment Board
The NOVA Workforce Investment Board offers services for employers and employees seeking promising career opportunities in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.
Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center hosted by College of San Mateo provides free 1-on-1 counseling services and low cost workshops for current and prospective business owners in San Mateo County.
Bay Area Entrepreneur Center
Provides business management guidance, networking opportunities, one-on-one consulting, business workshops, and facilities to students in the San Mateo Community College District.
Community, Continuing, & Corporate Education
CCCE offers Bay Area organizations a trusted and affordable partner for customized training through our Corporate Training Solutions services.
Concurrent Enrollment for High School Students
The College Connection Concurrent Enrollment Program is designed to provide current high students the chance to have an “early start” on their college experience, and earn college credits for free.
Cañada College students have the skills you are looking for. Our career education programs prepare students with in-demand skills needed for today’s workforce. Curriculum is developed in partnership with local employers and industry partners to ensure that our students graduate and hit the ground running with a solid foundational skill-set paired with industry-recognized credentials. Below you’ll find ways you can get connected with Cañada College and our students.
Cañada College utilizes the College Central Network for our Job Board. Both students and employers must register with the system before using the network.
The Career Center can help students search for jobs, prepare cover letters and resumes, and practice interview skills. Our job and internship fairs, along with our online job board, connect local employers to our students.
The Cooperative Education is a working partnership between the student-employee, the college, and the employer which enables students to earn college credit for learning on the job.
Cañada College has multiple advisory boards unique to specific career education programs. Our Advisory Boards meet yearly to discuss current programming, and to identify opportunities to further enhance students’ experience to meet the changing needs of the labor market.
Our students are eager to join the workforce. If you would like to host a small group of students from one of our career education programs, please fill out the form and we will be in touch.