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DVC's Dr. Beth Arman elected president of the National Council for Workforce Education

Jun 24, 2020

Congratulations to Dr. Beth Arman on her recent election as president of the National Council for Workforce Education (NCWE). Dr. Arman is the Senior Dean of Career and Community Partnership at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California. Her previous leadership experience includes higher education positions at the Community College of Baltimore County (Maryland) and Renton Technical College (Washington).


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Getting Down to Business: DVC Business Students Excel at Virtual State Business Leadership Conference

Jun 15, 2020

DVC’s future business leaders showcased their skills at the 2020 State Business Leadership Conference, held in April. Participants were members of DVC’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), the college level of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). “Our chapter has been active since 2007 and is the largest, most active club on campus. We are also the largest PBL chapter in the state and the fourth largest in the country,” said Carolyn Seefer, business professor and faculty advisor for PBL.


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Allied Health - In-Demand Careers that Make a Difference

Jun 15, 2020

Workers are needed in many areas across the health care spectrum. In fact, growth in health care is outpacing many other industries. Now is the perfect time to begin a career in an allied health field.


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Work Your Way Through College with Federal Work Study

Jun 15, 2020

Would you like to earn money to help pay for college? If you have financial need, you may qualify to apply for Federal Work-Study jobs. Federal Work-Study (FWS) provides part-time jobs for students with financial need. Funds earned help students pay for their education expenses.


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WRKX Links Classroom Learning to Real-World Settings

Jun 15, 2020

Did you know you can earn college credits for learning that takes place where you work? Both paid and unpaid positions qualify. “Work experience education (WRKX) helps students apply their classroom experience to real-world settings. Work-based learning helps students connect what they are taught to their future career path,” said Marisa Greenberg, the work experience program coordinator at Diablo Valley College.




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