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Former Student Now a Current Officer

ROC/CTEC is all about exposing young students to various occupations and helping them discern a meaningful career. Oftentimes our students can immediately take entry-level employment in their field of choice, but other times the career trek requires additional education, training, or even attaining a certain age.
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ROC Seeking Community Voluteers

This year, for the very first time, ROC will host the SkillsUSA California Region 2 Conference. On February 22, 2020, 1600 students from Central California will attend the conference, showcasing their skills in over 100 different contests. To pull this off we will need over 200 community volunteers!
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ROC Construction Spotlighted by 23News

The newly inaugurated Construction Trades program at ROC is off to an amazing start, so it is not surprising that the local news wanted to speak to instructor Chad Wright and his students. Good stuff happening at ROC/CTEC!
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ROC/CTEC Applications Now Being Accepted

The online application window to apply for programs at ROC and CTEC will be open from November 1, 2019 through March 6, 2020. During this period all Kern High School District students who will be juniors or seniors next year can complete an application on the ROC website.
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Sharped Dressed Professionals

Perhaps Mark Twain’s famous quip that “everyone talks about the weather but no one does anything about it” has a modern parallel for today’s increasingly casual business world. It seems everyone talks about the lack of formality that millennials and their successors, iGens, have, especially when it comes to dressing for work, but no one actually does anything about it.
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Spreading the love with an uplifting message

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month.  The majority of our students have received presentations or attended assemblies about Suicide Prevention at their home schools including tips on how to help a friend and who to go to if they need help.
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