Career Institute

Corporate Office

 

10722 Arrow Route

Suite 808

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

91730

 

Tel: 909-481-0270

Fax: 909-481-3947

 

 

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Mission

The mission of the San Bernardino Center to provide educational, occupational and career

services to the City of San Bernardino. We have partnered with the Inland Career Education

Center (ICEC), local employers and educational institutions to expand our services for young adults between the ages of 18-24 who want short-term training and desire enrollment in a post-secondary experience to gain the necessary knowledge and skills for success.

SAN BERNARDINO

San Bernardino Office:

1200 North E. Street D-1

San Bernardino, CA
ICEC Office: 909-388-6000 ext. 234

Wednesday ICEC 8:00 am- 4:30 pm

WIOA Program (Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act) 

Ongoing enrollment for the WIOA program starts in July for young adults ages 18 to 24. This is a grant/scholarship opportunity provided to young adults who have completed high school, and have faced or are facing certain challenges or obstacles in their lives which may be preventing them from moving forward into the world of education and/or a career. A series of short, certificated courses are provided, and one longer, job-related class.  Students receive stipends for completing courses and homework projects.  There are paid and unpaid work experience opportunities available locally after completing courses and passing final exams. Students are accepted based on qualifying "barriers" and motivation/dedication to overcoming challenges. Call the center to make an appointment for an interview. Click here for WIOA resources. As part of the WIOA program you will learn life skills, finance management, customer service skills and how to get and keep an amazing job!
 

Career Readiness Pathways

Meet our Mentors

Thalia Garibay

tgaribay@cinow.org

Thalia Garibay earned her Masters in College Counseling and Student Development Azusa Pacific University in 2016.  She holds an Associates in Science and Associates in Arts in Liberal Arts Studies from Pasadena City College, and a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies from CSULA. She is currently a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Counselor at Chaffey College where she assists students in navigating the college system, and helping them reach their academic, personal, and career goals. As a Career Mentor for Career Institute, her goal is to help individuals in the community find their passion, and navigate their career options for personal growth and future opportunities. Her goal is to educate students, provide students with endless support and resources, and instill leadership in students.

Are you a College Student looking for an Internship related to your Major or Career path?

Expand your knowledge, build your resume, and gain hands-on experience towards your career path! 

More info on internships, click HERE

English as a second Language

These classes are for students who want to learn English language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. ESL classes offer different language levels according to students’ needs.

Business and Computer Education

Business and Computer Education courses assist students with acquiring the skills necessary for a career in today’s office and give you a competitive edge in the job market.

 

General Education Test Preparation

The standards are based on high school graduate skills in the areas of reading, writing, math, social studies, and science.

High School Diploma

Assessment of High School credits and placement in classes leading to a High School Diploma.

College Preparation

Students interested in attending college are assisted with Math and English to pass the assessment for placement into credit generating coursework.

Certified Nursing Assistant

This class covers patient care skills and procedures in long-term care facilities.  Students are prepared for state certification testing as Certified Nursing Assistants.

Medical Assistant

The Medical Assistant program provides entry-level training needed to work in a doctor’s office or clinic. This comprehensive Medical Assistant program prepares the student to work in the Administrative (front) office or Clinical (back) office. Qualified candidates will be invited to participate in a 160-hour externship in a local medical office after completing the program. 

Customer Service Certification

12 hours of training from a curriculum prepared by the National Retail Federation. Passing an internet based test produces an industry recognized certification recognized by employers.

 

 

 

If you or someone you know are interested this program or any of these trainings... 
 
Call (909) 462-3570 or email
Thalia Garibay
tgaribay@cinow.org
or Vanessa Núñez 
vnunez@cinow.org

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Additional Career Development Services:

  • Resume Writing

  • Career Portfolio 

  • Career Mentorship 

  • Career Planning

  • Research Jobs

Paid Work Experience:

Students receive assistance with getting a job to develop skills to prepare them for the workforce. Students work individually with a Career Mentor and get placed in  "Work Experience" where they will have the chance to sharpen their skills and enhance their resume. 

Vanessa Núñez

vnunez@cinow.org

 

​​Vanessa Nuñez joined Career Institute in May 2019. She obtained her M.S. in Guidance and Counseling with a PPS credential from California State University, San Bernardino in June 2018. She has a B.S. in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino, and an A.A. in Social and Behavioral Sciences from College of the Desert. She is currently employed with Chaffey College E.O.P.S as a Success Guide/Counselor Apprentice. Being a first-generation Latina student to attend college, she is passionate to work with individuals, who are underrepresented, and help bridge the gap to reach their short or long term goals.