G.I. Jobs Top Veteran Friendly Colleges for 2014

CCS does it again! A new year is just around the corner and California Career School has once again solidified its spot on the G.I. Jobs top veteran friendly colleges, making this our 5th year in a row! With our convenient locations and a knowledgeable VA staff it’s easy to see why CCS was placed […]

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Military Personel uses TA to attend CDL program

California Career School would like to congratulate another US Marine who attended our Truck Driving School in 29 Palms for receiving both his class A with passenger endorsement. Chad was actually covered under his Post 911 with no money out of his pocket.  We have had hundreds of US Marines use their Tuition Assistance program to attend California […]

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Interview with Mitchell Ulmer

Congratulations to Mitchell Ulmer! Mitchell was able to recently acquire his CDL at our Twentynine Palms location. He took a moment of his time to share his experience at California Career School with us.   Why did you choose CCS? Was there an obvious advantage or anything specific that made CCS stand out in some way? “I […]

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Interview with William Haynes

William Haynes is a recent graduate of ours who was ably to successfully acquire his CDL through our Twentynine Palms location. We asked William to take a moment and reflect on his experience at California Career School. Why did you choose CCS? Was there anything specific that made CCS stand out in some way? “CCS […]

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Veterans Day 2011

“Veterans Day is the day set aside to thank and honor ALL those who served honorably in the military – in wartime or peacetime. In fact, Veterans Day is largely intended to thank LIVING veterans for their service, to acknowledge that their contributions to our national security are appreciated, and to underscore the fact that […]

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Remembering 9/11

Camp Pendleton remembers 9/11 this past Sunday with a gathering of families and Military men and women. “Hundreds of attendees, many dressed in patriotic colors and waving American flags, filled the benches and seats at the Oceanside amphitheater to remember the victims,” says Kristina Houck from the Camp Pendleton Patch. Photo 1: Chuck Emanuele boothing […]

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