Want to learn about FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising?
Click the links below to learn more about FIDM.
FIDM also helps high school students start a Fashion Club in their schools.
FIDM Fashion Club is a high school and college club program sponsored by FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising.
Click the link below to learn more.
The career speaker series is over but, the website has tons of resources to help through your academic and career pathway.
Watch the 2021 speaker bio and learn about their career pathways
Take a look at the Job Fair slide for job opportunities.
Take a look at the Career Pathways Fair slide to learn about different career pathway opportunities.
Take a look at the student toolkit and learn how to navigate a pathway through your academic and professional career.
Do you know any students who are planning a career as a veterinarian? Or students who love both science and animals?
We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the summer 2021 Adventures in Veterinary Medicine (AVM) Online program at Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University.
AVM is an exciting and intensive program where students can explore the wide variety of careers available within veterinary medicine and work together virtually with faculty and veterinary students.
For students who are trying to determine whether veterinary medicine is the right career path, AVM is a great way to gain a deeper understanding of the profession. The program is also helpful for students who have already decided on a future in veterinary medicine, as it allows them to collaborate with current veterinary students and explore important topics within the field.
During the one-week online session, participants will
- partner with current veterinary students
- investigate specialty fields, such as wildlife and surgery
- practice suturing techniques
- learn about the veterinary school admission process
- and more!
We will offer three session options this summer:
- Session 1: July 12 – July 16, 2021(FULL)
- Session 2: July 26 – July 30, 2021
- Session 3: August 2 – August 6, 2021
Full details, including a sample schedule, tuition, and the online registration form, can be found on our website.
We hope that you will share this information with your students and with any other appropriate people at your school. If you or your students have any questions, please feel free to contact us at AVM@tufts.edu or 508-839-7962.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Retail, Hospitality and Tourism (R·H·T) are dynamic and growing industry sectors. We connect industry partners with California Community Colleges to create relevant programs that address current R·H·T business needs, and we work with our colleges to launch students into vibrant and well-paying careers in this realm.
Driven by the California Community Colleges (CCC) Vision for Success goals and working with Guided Pathways and Strong Workforce Programs, we in the CCC Workforce Economic Development Division work with our college, industry and community partners to impact lifelong student success, social equity, and workplace relevance, leading to economic vitality throughout California.
Watch this video to hear from the teachers, students, and professionals in the culinary, hospitality, and tourism industry.
NextGen Auto is a regional campaign of 14 community colleges in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay regions working together to provide the information high school students, their parents, and returning or displaced workers need to decide on a career as a trained technician in the automotive industry. Our colleges provide programs that range from an associate degree in Auto Technology to skills-building certificates in auto electronics, emissions, and hybrid and alternative-fuel vehicles and more.
Our member colleges are Chabot College, City College of San Francisco, College of Alameda, College of Marin, Contra Costa College, De Anza College, Evergreen Valley College, Hartnell College, Las Positas College, Los Medanos College, Monterey Peninsula College, Santa Rosa Junior College, Skyline College and Solano Community College.