Today’s workplace is filled with increased expectations and constant change. Christine Irion, director of extension programs, explains how CCE can help professionals adapt to new conditions while building confidence in the process.
Sarah Crawford knows the value of good training. She’s been a professional recruiter, a learning specialist, a training officer, and even taught a course in training design and delivery. So when it was time for her to re-enter the workforce, she looked to Sac State for current, industry-relevant education to boost her resume.
Cari Paganini knows exactly where she wants to go. A recent graduate of Sac State’s State Supervision Online (SSO) program, she’s aiming for the top. “I want to take all of this knowledge and eventually work for CalPERS or CalHR,” she says. “I know a lot more about the law and how to help people in disciplinary settings now. I feel I have tons of stuff in my toolbox to offer future employers because of what I’ve learned through SSO.”
As vampires invade pop culture, novels, movies and television shows are rife with characters with a serious thirst for blood. At Sacramento State, the fascination with blood—in a clinical sense that is—has achieved international precedence.
Sacramento State’s Clinical Hematology course is in hot demand. Students covet the challenging upper-level course as a prerequisite for entering clinical lab scientist (CLS) training programs to become professionals with a crucial role in disease detection, diagnosis and treatment.