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Delta High School students learned about multiple certificate programs that could help them get a job in the Santa Maria Valley during a tour of the Center for Employment Training this week.

They also took a close look at the classrooms and hands-on labs for Medical Assistant, Business Office Administration, and Green Building Construction.

“I like that CET gives grants to a family member of field workers,’’ said Joana Sanchez, a senior. “CET also offers help with tutoring and filling out applications. Once you register, you can start the next day.’’

“I liked that their classes include a holistic approach,’’ said Arisbehd Vargas, a senior. “They help you learn interview skills, how to budget, public speaking, and how to dress for a job.’’

The trip was chaperoned by Sonia Galvez, science teacher and Jami Lopez, career center technician.


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