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Students Skills on Display at ROC Olympics

The 22nd Annual ROC Olympics was a resounding success as students in all 27 programs competed against each other in a skills showdown. Thanks to all our community judges who freely gave of their time and expertise. Check out the video and article, courtesy of KHSD Public Information.
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RSVP for Mobile Apps Showcase

We are inviting the community and industry professionals to attend the 1st Annual App Showcase featuring ROC Mobile App Development Education (MADE) students. These students will showcase their app projects -- a collaborative effort from the three pathways in the MADE program: app development, graphic design and digital marketing.
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CTE and the college-bound student

Perhaps you harken back to the days of "Voc Ed" where "shop classes" were for non-academics who learned better "using their hands" and who were "not college material". Any truths (or half-truths in my opinion) that once lay in those beliefs have been eviscerated by technology and the modern workplace.
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ROC Gets a Lesson in Adulteen

Each winter, the Jim Burke Education Foundation accepts 32 high achieving, high school juniors to participate in the Ford Dimension and Dream Builders leadership program through the end of their senior year.
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Student Internships Begin ... and End

Hundreds of ROC students began their community internships this week, but two lucky (and talented) Pharmacy Tech students were able to score a rare first semester internship which, although now coming to an end, is leading to new opportunties.
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Campus Shines as Future Students Tour

August 2019 seems a long way off to many high school students, but for those sophomores and juniors hoping to enroll in one of ROC's 31 programs to be offered next year, it can't come soon enough. Many of those students got a January sneak preview of the campus at our second annual ROC Tour event.
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