Community Colleges

SHASTA COLLEGE

Shasta Community College offers two-year degrees and a wide range of certifications. The Introduction to International Business course is a required part of the A.S. degree in business.

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BUTTE COLLEGE

Butte Community College offers two year degrees and certification many disciplines. The main campus is located in Oroville with satellite campuses in Chico and Orland.

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FEATHER RIVER COLLEGE

Located in beautiful Quincy, with a strong community of entrepreneurs, Feather River College offers an array of degrees and certificates for business owners to career builders.

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LASSEN COLLEGE

The beautiful setting for Lassen Community College provides degrees and certificates to students from around the north state.

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MENDOCINO COLLEGE

Located near the California coast, Mendocino Community College’s main campus is in Ukiah, with centers in Lakeport and Willits.

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College of the Redwoods

Located near the famed Redwoods of the far northern California coast, College of the Redwoods has campuses near Eureka, Crescent City, and Fort Bragg.

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COLLEGE OF THE SISKIYOUS

College of the Siskiyous is a public two-year community college with campuses located in Weed and Yreka in northern California not far from Mount Shasta.

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DOING WHAT MATTERS

The Doing What Matters initiative of the California Community Colleges State Chancellor’s Office is giving priority to jobs and the economy by closing skills gaps and preparing our workforce.

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CALIFORNIA CITD

The mission of the CITD is to invest in California’s economic growth and global competitiveness through industry-specific education, training and services that contribute to a highly skilled and productive workforce.

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