Career and Technical Education

Palo Alto College offers the following Career and Technical Education programs designed to prepare students for entry-level employment in several high-wage, high-demand careers within 2 years or less such as:

Agriculture

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Business Management

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Cosmetology

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Computer Sciences and Technology

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Energy Technology

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Engineering

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Healthcare Administration

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Industrial Technology

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Landscape & Horticulture

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Logistics

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Office Management

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Turfgrass Science

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Veterinary Technology

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Viticulture and Enology

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CTE Information Sessions

Are you interested in exploring the high-wage and high-demand jobs in the Career and Technical Education field? Join us for an information session.

June 16
3–5 p.m.
Student Center

July 7
8–10 p.m.
Zoom Link

July 28
3–5 p.m.
Student Center
 

 

Need more information?

Our team is ready to help you begin your higher education journey at Palo Alto College. Contact us for more information on Career and Technical Education programs.

Joseph Coppola, Chair
Business Management, Computer Sciences and Technology, Landscape & Horticulture, Office Management, Landscape, Turfgrass Science, Viticulture & Enology
Jcoppola2@alamo.edu

Dr. Sitakanta Mohanty, Chair
Agriculture, Energy Technology, Engineering, Healthcare Administration, Industrial Technology, Logistics
Smohanty1@alamo.edu
Lydia Hannawi, Director
Cosmetology
lhannawi@alamo.edu

Laurie Pawelek, Director
Veterinary Technology
lpawelek@alamo.edu

Ready to enroll?

The Welcome Center can help you begin the enrollment and registration process, answer questions, connect you with a certified academic advisor, or simply point you in the right direction.

Visit the Welcome Center team in person at the Palomino Center (PC 103) or give them a call at 210-486-3100.


Admissions & Aid Info

Work-Based Learning

Palo Alto College offers students various work-based learning opportunities to gain practical work experience so they may apply what was learned in the classroom to the workforce. If you would like to offer Palo Alto College students apprenticeships, internships, or job placement; please contact the appropriate Chair or Director. The college also maintains work-based advisory committees to evaluate program alignment to industry needs. If you are interested in joining one of our advisory committees which meet two to three times annually; please contact the appropriate Chair or Director.