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Library Information
Ozuna Library and Learning Center
Cir (210) 486-3555
Ref (210) 486-3557
Library Hours
Mon–Thurs: 8am–9pm
Friday: 8am–5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 1pm-9pm
 
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Computer Lab

Tutoring Services

Gutierrez Learning
Labs -105
210-486-3350

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IT Services
Ozuna 121 and 150
210-486-3777
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Programs

The Workforce Training Network 

WTN representatives are located in Sabine Hall room 101 and Registration Specialist are located in the Palomino Center room 103.

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The Workforce Training Network 

WTN representatives are located in Sabine Hall room 101 and Registration Specialist are located in the Palomino Center room 103.

GED

General Education Diploma

Investing in your educational and occupational growth is a smart choice. Start with our GED courses and be prepared to take the certified exam.

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ESL

English as a Second Language

Despite the many challenges facing individuals with limited English, the ESL program offers many opportunities to progress from any skill level.

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CE EMT

Emergency Medical Technician

The EMT program prepares students to provide medical care in emergency situations and includes a clinical course to gain hands-on experience.

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Office Education CCE

Office Support, Customer Service, and Microsoft Courses

Basic computer skills are essential to working in any office environment. 

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Computer Repair technician

Computer Repair Technician

Gain hands on experience in computer repair and troubleshooting.

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Nurse Aide in Healthcare

Nurse Aide in Healthcare

The CNA program prepares students to provide safe care as nursing assistants and includes a clinical course to gain hands-on experience.

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Library Technician

Library Technician

The Library Technology program provides technical and practical skills for career opportunities in libraries of all kinds.

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Co-listing-Classes

Co-Listed Credit Classes


You could gain a skill by taking just a couple of courses. Or you could “get your feet wet” and decide if you want to seek a certificate or degree.

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About Us

The Corporate & Community Education Division at Palo Alto College is committed to the concept of lifelong learning and the workforce development of our community. Continuing Education offers an array of education courses, conducted at various locations, allowing traditional and non-traditional students the opportunity to:

  • Advance in the ever-changing workforce to improve/up-grade job performance, career, business, professional, development, or personal skills.
  • Prepare for matriculation into college degree programs.
  • Explore state-of-the-art computer technology training.
  • Provide wholesome recreation, hobby, and leisure alternatives for the youth and adults in the community.
  • Grow personally and professionally.

Corporate & Community Education provides flexible training opportunities for Business and Industry, by tailoring specific courses to satisfy employer training needs. Training is delivered to your company facilities and/or conducted on campus and scheduled to fit your operation. Each instructor is an ACCD Board Approved professional and a well qualified specialist.

About Corporate & Community Education Courses

  • Courses are designed for you to learn vital and up-to-date occupational skills for entry into the workforce.
  • Courses are designed to upgrade and enhance current occupational skills and qualifications.
  • Courses are customized for Businesses and Industries to meet their specific training needs.
  • “Co-listed” courses are to allow Life-Long Learners the opportunity to enroll in credit classes without entering into a credit degree plan.
  • Community and personal enrichment courses are in the areas of Hobby and Leisure.
  • All of our courses are Convenient, Accessible, and Affordable. 

Health & Biosciences Contact Information

Registration Specialists
Office: Palo Alto College
Palomino Center 103 

David Rutkoski
Program Manager
Phone: 210-486-3411
Email: drutkoski@alamo.edu
Office: Palo Alto College
Sabine Hall Room 115

Angela Garcia
Admin. Service Specialist
Phone: 210-486-3325
Email: agarcia221@alamo.edu
Office: Palo Alto College
Sabine Hall Room 101