Community & Technical Colleges

Obtaining a degree shows that prospective hires can take things through completion.


Jake Fuller was studying to become a teacher, following in the career path of his parents, when he decided the profession wasn’t exactly what he had in mind. He sought something that was physically challenging, valued by the community and included an academic degree. That’s when he discovered...


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Regardless of the employment outcome, Hannum sees other values when students earn an associate’s degree from Moreno Valley College. “What I think is really important for any student,” she says, “is that they can show completion by going through the program, and that dedication shows a lot to any employer.”