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​​​​​​Career Education

The Career Education Program prepares students for the workforce by providing technical and 21st Century employability skills that meet current employer demands. Once a student completes a State of California approved certificate training program, they receive transition services to further their academic preparation with the School of Continuing Education or to Santa Ana College to pursue a higher certificate/degree. Transition services also include employment services from the Career Center located at our Centennial Education Center campus.  

Classes are offered in a teacher directed or lab setting. The lab setting is ideal for students that prefer to learn more independently and at their own pace. Students can take a computer class or complete a series of classes to obtain one or more State of California approved certificates. In addition, students can earn a State certificate in 5 months or less in our fast-track option for the General Office Clerk Training Program. Students receive a free bus pass during the entire time they are in the fast-track program.  

Students of all English speaking and computer literacy levels are welcomed to register for any of our classes and training programs. We offer classes at the following locations in Santa Ana:

Centennial Education Center
  • Monday thru Thursday 8am-9pm; Friday & Saturday 8am-12pm
Santa Ana College Adult Education Center
  • Monday thru Thursday 8am-3pm & 6pm-9pm; Friday 8am-12pm
Remington Adult Education Center
  • Coming soon!

Other community sites throughout the City of Santa Ana.

The Santa Ana College School of Continuing Education is a responsive community leader dedicated to 

adult student success through innovative educational programs and services. The School of Continuing 

Education prepares students to transition to college, improve language and workforce skills, increase 

civic involvement, and promote lifelong learning.  


The mission of Santa Ana College is to be a leader and partner in meeting the intellectual, cultural, 

technological and workforce development needs of our diverse community. Santa Ana College provides 

access and equity in a dynamic learning environment that prepares students for transfer, careers and 

lifelong intellectual pursuits in a global community. 


The mission of the Rancho Santiago Community College District is to provide quality educational 

programs and services that address the needs of our diverse students and communities. 

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Centennial Ed. Center                   2900 W. Edinger Ave.                        Santa Ana, CA 92704                         Room E-108                                        (714) 241-5736

Santa Ana College Adult Ed. Center 1530 W. 17th St.                                 Santa Ana, CA 92706                       Room B-16                                         (714) 564-6173

Remington Adult Ed. Center               1325 E. 4th St.                                   Santa Ana, CA 92701                        (714) 241-5850

Our Vision

Developing students' workforce skills and educational opportunities through quality and innovative instruction.

Our Mission

The Santa Ana College School of Continuing Education Career Technical Education Program 
provides students with the professionalism, technical, computer, and soft skills needed in today’s workforce through high-quality, professional, knowledgeable, and innovative instruction that focuses on meeting the goals and needs of our program and the students.


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