Career Academies

DVC Career Academies are college courses designed for high school students during the summer. They allow students to explore various careers opportunities while earning college credit.

Information and updates: DVC Career Academies Summer 2020 Interest Card

Animation

In one week you will learn how to animate and record audio to create your own animation short film.

Business

A robust learning opportunity for high school juniors, seniors and DVC students.

 

Cyber Security/Defense

Topics including hacking prevention, system hardening, access control, and system protection.

 

Engineering, Construction and Manufacturing

A week-long activity that blends hands-on exploration, problem-solving, industry field visits, and expert industry viewpoints.

Environmental Engineering

Learn about topics such as climate change, wetland ecology and water quality in the Delta region.

FastTRAX: Engineering Technology

Get exploratory hands-on experience in a variety of Engineering and Technical Careers.

Health Careers

HCA students have the rare opportunity to visit local healthcare facilities and encounter patient-centered experiences firsthand.

 

Culinary and Hospitality

An exciting overview of current and emerging career opportunities in the hospitality and culinary industry.

Biotechnology

This summer academy allows participants to explore a full range of subjects and associated careers while connecting to local scientists who will share progress being made in genetic  modification, forensics, stem cell research and disease detection and control.

Music

Learn how to make your own music with the tip of your fingers! No experience necessary!

Public Safety

Explore career opportunities and experience the real-life worlds of police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical services (EMS) personnel!

Additional information

Career Academies brochure

 

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DVC Summer Camps are supported by a generous contribution from AT&T. AT&T Aspire is investing in students today – at home, in the classroom, at work – to prepare them for success tomorrow.