High School Students First to Earn Job Readiness Certificates

January 23, 2018

Fifteen medical assistant students at Cajon High School are among the first in the Inland Empire to earn a workforce readiness certificate after completing a 72-hour concurrent enrollment course through San Bernardino Valley College. The workforce readiness certificate program, designed by San Bernardino Community College District's Office Economic Development and Corporate Training, is the first of its kind to be offered tuition-free at an Inland Empire high school.

SBVC Soccer Teams Win Top State and National Honors

January 23, 2018

In November 2017, SBVC's women's soccer team was ranked 12th in the nation. In December, three San Bernardino Valley College soccer players earned All-State honors as voted on by members of the California Community College Soccer Coaches Association.

SBVC Welding Department Wins Equipment Valued at $6,900

January 19, 2018

The Welding Program at San Bernardino Valley College recently won $6,000 worth of equipment and supplies after being chosen as a semi-finalist in the "ESAB WeldItForward" student contest.

Jeff Klug Retires as SBVC Police Director

January 19, 2018

San Bernardino Valley College Police Academy Director Jeff Klug has retired from the program after 29 years on campus.

San Bernardino Valley College Foundation Now Accepting Board Director Nominations

January 19, 2018

The San Bernardino Valley College Foundation is now accepting nominations for new Board Directors. Nominations will be accepted through February 28, 2018. The SBVC Foundation is governed by a 27-member volunteer Board of Directors that is charged with setting policy, providing oversight, and strengthening support for the college. Each Board Director's commitment to these activities enables San Bernardino Valley College to better serve its students and the local community.

New Fast-Track Job Training in Electrical Tech Offered at SBVC

January 10, 2018

For those who want to energize their career skills in 2018, San Bernardino Valley College is now accepting applications for a new accelerated program in electronics technology where full-time students can finish in eight months, instead of two years. Classes start January 16 and students can still apply by visiting valleycollege.edu.