Environmental Engineering Career Academy

To apply, click here: DVC Career Academies - Environmental Application

 

Explore topics and careers in environmental science and engineering. Learn about climate change, wetland ecology, and water quality in the Delta region. Discover the vast career options in environmental science. Gain hands-on experience in the laboratory, the field, and through field trips! Interested students must complete the registration packet below and enroll in ENVSC-100-9249

 

Career Academy Information

Dates:

June 17-21, 2019

Hours:

8:00am to 4:00pm

Location:

CSUEB Concord Campus
4700 Ygnacio Valley Rd.
Concord, CA

Cost:

  • $300 Registration fees
  • High school students pay ONLY $1.00 per unit.

College credit:

ENVSC-100-9249: Earn 1 unit college credit and 2.5 units of high school credit.

Requirements:

Special Admissions Recommendation Form

  • Fill out and have signed by your high school principal before school gets out for summer
  • Hold on to this signed form until you receive an email stating you have been accepted into the Career Academy
  • Once accepted, you will be able to turn in this form starting June 2019 at either the Pleasant Hill or San Ramon Campus
  • Campus Hours: PHC - Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday 8:00am-5:00pm and Tuesday 8:00am-7:00pm; SRC - Monday-Thursday 9:00am-6:30pm *Closed Fridays

Who can apply:

This course is appropriate for students entering grades 10, 11, and 12 for Fall 2019

Notes:

Because this class gives college credit, students must attend everyday for the whole time or they may receive a non-passing grade for the class on their college transcript.

Capacity

 Limited to 60 students.

Campus map:

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For more information:

Please contact Contra Costa Economics Partnership (CCEP) by e-mailing april@ccpartnership.org for more information.

For more information:

Please contact us at dvccareeracademies@dvc.edu 

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