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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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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Girly Driver

"I am very girly," explained Natalie Jasso-Padilla, 2010 graduate from the CCS commercial truck and bus training program. We asked her, why get into trucking? Her biggest motivation, she told us, was to beat the stereotype of female truckers and...

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Trucking Student Pushes His Limits to Succeed

Jose Hunter endured daily hurdles that other students did not experience. His living arrangements and travel distance often made it difficult to meet class attendance but he made this area a priority. As a result of this and a series...

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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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Pre-Hired Before Completing

Before she enrolled, Vanessa Abdin had been showing interest in our commercial truck driver program. Her three daughters were all grown, their children were grown, and now a great grandchild had also been born! Vanessa was “wanting a change in...

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How to Choose a Trucking School

Ever thought about getting your class A license to drive a truck? If the answer is yes, make sure you're going to a school that gives you the right training that will lead you to the job that you're looking...

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Mr. Cross Country– Timothy Flacy
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Over a matter of 4 weeks, Timothy Flacy has traveled through nearly 30 states of the continental US. When we met with him on Friday, his current traveled miles was 15,516. “The first time that I went out, I went...

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How One Student Overcame Funding

Over the summer, Alex Alonso came to California Career School to obtain his Class A license and secure employment as a truck driver. Funding, however, proved to be a very difficult ordeal. Alex needed to secure a way to pay...

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Kicking Off CCS Job Fair

Two buses full of students, alumni, and Marines came from our Twentynine Palms and Oceanside training sites to sit in on three major carriers as they presented their companies and what trucking would be like with them. US Marine Ernest...

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