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Selecting a Career Path


Selecting a career path can seem like a daunting task. However, there is help! Log on to and explore the possibilities. is career exploration tool designed to help you discover careers that could potentially be of interest to you. Useful tools that you will discover include a career interest inventory, high school 4 year planning, college exploration and planning, and so much more. It will also help you to plan a pathway to enter the career of your choice.

Other Career Exploration Resources:

California Career Zone:

ASVAB Career Exploration Program:

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2020 Best Colleges for Earning Potential

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The Riverside County Fire Department Fire Explorer Program is a youth program organized through 'Learning For Life'. The program is designed to allow male and female youth, between the ages of 14 and 20.


The Corona Police Explorer Program is a partnership between the Boy Scouts of America Learning for Life (L.F.L.) program and the Corona Police.

Career & Technical Education


Career & Technical Education (CTE) is a program of study that involves a sequence of classes that integrates core academic knowledge (i.e. math, science, language arts, history...) with technical and occupational knowledge. This allows students an opportunity to explore a career of interest, get hands on experience, and an opportunity to acquire real world job skills.

CTE Resources

CTE at Norco College:

Other Career & Technical Education Resources:

CA Department of Education:

Community Colleges

California community colleges offering a wide range of programs leading to associate's degrees, transfer, or degrees and certificates in career technical fields. They provide an economical way for students to pursue their career goals.

Explore California Community Colleges:

Explore Local Community Colleges

Norco College:

Norco College Summer Advantage Program:

Riverside Community College:

Santiago Canyon College:

Four Year Universities

Students interested in pursuing a bachelor's degree from a four year university must complete the UC/CSU A-G Requirements to be minimally eligible for admission to the UC or CSU System.

California State University

The California State University System has 23 campuses that server nearly 427,000 students.

Explore the CSU System:

California State University System:

CSU How to Get to College:

University of California

The University of California has 10 campuses located throughout the state serving 220,00 students.

Explore the UC System:

University of California

Independent California Colleges & Universities

There are 75 Independent California Colleges and Universities (also known as Private Schools) throughout the state. These universities provide a variety of degree programs to meet the diverse needs of California students.

Explore the Independent Colleges & Universities:

Association of Independent California Colleges & Universities:

Other private school application resources:

Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU's): &

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