Consider A Vocational Education!
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Traditionally from an early age in school, many are told what is expected of them academically. Students are told from the beginning that they must work hard in school to receive the best grades possible with honorable accomplishments in order...

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8 Benefits of a Career in Homeland Security
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When it comes time to pick a career, it isn’t always as easy as you might like it to be. You sit there and wonder what you really want to do with your life and how to best serve the...

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When One Door Closes, Many Open

Returning from a flight from Chicago, our Homeland Security and Investigations graduate, Kirk Wahrman decided to drop by and say hello. We had lost touch with him for a while since he was in the process of applying for a...

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From Graduate to Job Promotion

Ricardo Barbosa came to California Career School back in January of 2011 and took our Homeland Security program. He came last week to tell us the good news! Ricardo is now the proud father of a baby boy, Evan! Congratulations...

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Throwback from the 90s: Security Students from Overseas

Back in 1996-1999, California Career School ran classes for political refugees that left southern Vietnam after the war. They were mostly men in their 50s who came with their families speaking little to no English and had no job prospects...

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Another Step Closer to Employment
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Returning from a flight from Chicago, our Homeland Security and Investigations graduate, Kirk Wahrman decided to drop by and say hello. We had lost touch with him for a few months since he was in the process of applying for...

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What You’ll Learn in Security Training

Ever wonder what it takes to get into the security field? What types of training do employers want for their employees? At California Career School, we train our students to enter the security field fully prepared for what employers are...

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Beretta 92 Class Malfunctions

See our instructor Roland Esquivel explain five Beretta 92 malfunctions and what to do afterwards. This is just a portion of our firearms module in our security guard training course, Homeland Security & Investigations.

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CCS Athlete and Hunter

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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Graduating This Past Month
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When Lance first started, we found that he had just turned 18 and that this seemed to be an obstacle in receiving his firearms permit. In the state of California, an individual must be 21 years of age in order...

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