Tue. Mar 28th, 2023

For Immediate Release

For additional information: Kayla Caceres, Director of Communications, Career College of California, 714-243-8635 


More Than 300 Guests Will Celebrate at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana 

Career College of California, based in historic downtown Santa Ana, is holding its Fall 2011 graduation ceremony at the Bowers Museum at 6:30 pm on Friday, September 23.  Councilwoman Michele Martinez will be the keynote speaker.  More than 80% of Friday’s graduates have already started new careers in their field of study. 

Career College of California offers training programs in the medical, legal and business fields that have been carefully developed to prepare graduates to succeed in the workplace.  Students typically complete their programs in seven to nine months.

“We are very proud of these graduates who have completed their programs.  At a time when unemployment rates here in California are the second highest in the nation, returning to school in order to improve employment prospects is a great thing to do.  These graduates did just that and we are delighted that over 80% have already started their new careers,” said Niko Everett, Career College of California President.

More than 300 guests are expected to attend the graduation ceremony to celebrate the 36 graduates who are receiving a certificate in either Business Office Administration, Medical Front Office with Billing and Coding, or Legal Administrative Assistant.

About Career College of California

Career College of California is a nationally accredited college in historic downtown Santa Ana offering job training and job placement assistance in in-demand fields such as Business Office Administration, Medical Billing, Legal Administration and Medical Assisting. Career College of California enables its students to achieve outstanding results by providing high quality job-skills training, life-skills workshops, and intensive, individualized placement assistance. For more information seewww.careercalifornia.edu

Married couple Niko Everett, President, and Caleb Everett, CEO, are available for interviews and further information. Photos and graduate statistical data are available by request.

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The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

4 thoughts on “Michele Martinez to keynote at Career College of California’s graduation on 9/23”
  1. Unfortunately these careers exist as minimum wages positions provided by a small business which has been completely distressed by the left liberal socialists’ regulations and over taxation in the California which Martinez supports.

    So I can imagine how empty worded crapola she will tell them and how disappointed these kids will be once they discover that all that “education” was for nothing.

    Back to the homies.

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