The only thing you can really count on is change. There’s the kind you anticipate – high school graduation, college, new job, new family. And there’s the kind you dread – a lay-off, a divorce, a plan gone awry. And when change comes your way, you find ways to adapt.

You learn new things, make a new plan, take on a new challenge.

Education often has a role in big life changes. Whether it’s training for a promotion, retraining for a new job or setting out after a long-deferrered dream, SCC has classes and degree programs to move you toward your new goals. Choose part time or full-time, day or evening classes. Start small with a certificate or jump right into an associate’s degree and transfer to a four year institution.

SCC’s small classes, comprehensive services and caring teachers are here to help you learn – and change. Not sure what’s next? Take a look at this A-Z listing of SCC programs. You never know, something unexpected might catch your eye. And change your life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Art, Design and Communication

Bursting with ideas and looking for a way to bring them to life? Whether on stage, in the kitchen, behind the drawing board or at a desk, turn your active imagination into a career.

Culinary
Graphic and web design
Interior design
Music
Theater

Possible National Career Paths and Median Salary
Chefs and Head Cooks $43,180
Graphic Designers $47,640
Meeting, Convention and Event Planner $47,350
Web Developers $66,130

 

 

 

 

 

 

Business and Financial

Can you see yourself starting a business, managing an organization or building a financial empire? Thrive on order and accountability? Then business studies just might be the place for you.

Accounting
Administrative Assistant
Business
Entrepreneurship
Human resources
Marketing

Possible National Career Paths and Median Salary
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks $38,390
Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants $55,860
Human Resources Assistant $59,180

Construction, Maintenance and Repair

Love making things and making things work better? Rather get your hands dirty than work at a computer? Choose a career that keeps you busy building, repairing and improving.

Automotive
Electrical
HVAC
Mechanical
Welding

Possible National Career Paths and Median Salary
Automotive Master Mechanics $38,470
First-Line Supervisors of Construction Trades $62,980
Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanics and Installers $45,910
Welders, Cutters and Welder Fitters $39,390

Education, Community and Public Service

Love working with people? Happiest when you’re making a positive contribution to the welfare of others? Consider making your career in education or community service.

Teaching
Early Childhood

Possible Paths National and Career Median Salary
Preschool Teachers $28,790
Social and Human Service Assistants $31,810

Healthcare and Medical

Always ready to help? Fascinated with the science and technology of health? Whether it’s about promoting health or treating disease, careers in healthcare require a combination of skill and compassion.

Dental
Health Unit Coordinating
Nursing, CNA and Patient Care
Massage Therapy
Medical Assisting
Medical Lab Technology
Paramedic and EMT
Pharmacy Technician
Respiratory Care
Surgical Technology

Possible National Career Paths and Median Salary
Dental Assistants $36,940
Massage Therapists $39,860
Physical Therapist Assistants $56,610
Registered Nurses $68,450
Respiratory Therapists $58,670
Radiologic Technicians $41,070

IT and Computer

Happiest when you’re dissecting code or developing a database? Do you wear your geek badge with pride? Choose from a range of IT careers creating, maintaining and trouble shooting in the digital world.

Programming
Networking
Database security
Software
Hardware
Computer Support

Possible National Career Paths and Median Salary
Computer Programmers $79,840
Computer Systems Analysts $87,220
Computer User Support Specialists $49,390
Database Administrators $84,950
Information Security Analysts $92,600
Web Administrators $86,510

Plant and Animal Kingdom 

Choose a career that puts you close to the natural world. Whether it’s working outside, improving the environment, tending to animals or caring for plants, these active careers are for people who would rather not sit at a desk all day.

Horticulture
Landscape Management
Sustainable Agriculture

Possible National Career Paths and Median Salary

First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping, Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping Workers $45,740
Nursery and Greenhouse Managers $66,360