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San José City College student, Maria Kawaura, started at SJCC in 2015 because it was the only community college in the area with a Humanities program. Because of an inspiring ethnic studies instructor, she changed her major. She will be transferring to San Francisco State this fall to major in…
Learn how SparkPoint, one of SJCC’s financial support services, can help you achieve your dreams through financial wellness.
Julinda LeDee started working at San José City College in the year 2000 as a secretary in the Language Arts Department. She is now City College’s Articulation Specialist helping establish transfer agreements between City College and two-and four-year colleges and universities Julinda is an in-demand motivational speaker, sharing her experiences…
At San José City City College, our vibrant arts programs encourage you to discover your creativity and flourish as students and artists — so that you can enjoy an inspired and fulfilling career.
Meet San José City College Counselor, Gina Ronzano, who first started as a student and has worked at City College for over thirty years.
If you’re interested in a fast paced, life-saving career, you should consider the Emergency Medical Services Technology Certificate at San José City College. It prepares you to become a qualified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in just one year.
Martha “Marty” Kendall taught English at San Jose City College for 37 years and remembers three students who influenced and inspired her.
Discover why Ethnic Studies is essential to equity and social justice. Learn about our AA Degree in Social Justice: Asian American Studies.
For many who work at SJCC, it feels like family. Just ask A&R Director Teresa Paiz and her two children, Vanessa and John, both SJCC alumni.