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Community, Continuing & Corporate Education

We are incredibly excited to announce the addition of Community, Continuing & Corporate Education (CCCE) to the Auxiliary Services and Enterprise Operations organization.

Formerly known as Community Education, CCCE was renamed and brought into the Auxiliary Services fold in December 2014 with the intent to restore and transform it into a financially self-sustaining powerhouse of programs and initiatives creating an impact for San Mateo County residents, families, businesses, nonprofits and governmental agencies, as well as for international students seeking increased educational opportunities within the San Mateo County Community College District.

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Five Year Strategic Goals

With the new team in place, the following five year strategic goals have been established for 2015-2020 to achieve the vision of transforming CCCE into a financially self-sustaining powerhouse of programs and initiatives creating impact for San Mateo County residents, families, businesses, nonprofits and government agencies, as well as for international students seeking increased educational opportunities within the San Mateo County Community College District.

  1. Increase Community, Continuing and Corporate Education (CCCE) training and services to San Mateo County residents, families and businesses through increased lifelong learning and professional certifications for adults, expanded academic and fitness programming for youth, and customized workforce training for public and private-sector organizations.
  2. Increase revenue-generating contract training for public and private-sector organizations.
  3. Develop internationally-recognized, revenue-generating Intensive English Programs for students, educators, administrators and executives.
  4. Contribute to the economic development of San Mateo County through collaborative partnerships with industry and workforce/economic development agencies.
  5. Increase credit-based enrollments through new credit/non-credit hybrid programming.
  6. Create or expand revenue generating programs in collaboration with the San Mateo Athletic Club.