Finding Successful Employment Post- Grad: Avoid Being Qualified But Unemployed

Further your education without breaking your bank. Individuals usually pursue higher and continuing education in order to find their dream jobs within their areas of study. Due to the increasing cost of education, it is now crucial for individuals to...

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How to Fight Fatigue While Driving Over the Road

Fatigue is dangerous for every driver, but can be fatal for truck drivers. Exhaustion slows down your reactions and can often impair your judgment without you even knowing. We have heard our graduates tell us some interesting tricks to staying awake...

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Helping People Start Their New Career

This past May, California Career School hosted a career resource fair at our Anaheim location. It was filled with several vendors who presented information about their need for more employees. All of the vendors had contacted us in search of...

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How to Comply with the Hours-of-Service Regulations

What they are? The hours-of-service regulations were set in place to provide safety to all drivers. They regulate when and how long you may drive so to reduce driver fatigue. The hours-of-service regulations are found in Part 395 of the...

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Student describes his experience at CCS

[youtube]http://youtu.be/jjCrMGCTXfU[/youtube]   Eugene Cannida came to California Career School today after he  received his Commercial Drivers license three days prior. He states that we are not just a school but a family and he wanted to see everyone again. CCS has...

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You Don’t Need a 4 Year Degree to Have a Good Paying Job

The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that by 2020 the nation could face a shortfall of about 875,000 machinists, welders, industrial-machinery operators and other highly skilled manufacturing professionals. Without trades, we could find ourselves struggling to get a plumber to...

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Albert Follows in his Fathers Footsteps

Albert Sais graduated with his commercial truck driver’s license, proudly sharing with us, “My father was a truck driver.” The skills yard training was tough. He said, “The clutch would give me trouble along with the parallel parking, but I...

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Homeland Security Grad

Walter David Hinds, athlete and hunter, came to California Career School back in October last year. He has a son in Afghanistan and is a graduate of various weapons and training schools. We asked him, why choose a vocational school?...

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OTR to Local in 3 Months

After returning from 3 months of the mentor program with a trucking carrier, Vanessa Abdin landed another job locally! “I just enjoyed the driving!” she explained to us. Over the duration of her time, she saw Georgia, Nebraska, Wisconsin, and...

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Student Transfer

Lidia T. graduated with her commercial truck driver’s license, and proudly shared with us that she is, “excited to get to work”! Lidia did not start her training here at CCS, but transferred here. Luckily the Agency she was funded by,...

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