Work Experience Education, also referred to as: Occupational (OCED 090) & General (OCED 091) Work Experience Education is an academic program that assists you in applying what you have learned in the classroom to your job or internship and earn college credits for the work that you do! While adding valuable experience to your resume, you will acquire on-the-job skills that contribute to your occupational interests and goals. Credits can be earned for part-time or full-time work, work-study, or an internship. You may enroll in Work Experience whether you are paid or unpaid. Work experience can also assist you in making effective career choices and developing lifetime career plans.
Occupational Soft Skills (OCED 070) is a 1 1/2 unit course preparing students for the skills required to be a successful member of the workforce. This is not a Work Experience course and does not require any type of job. Not available to students who have successfully completed OCED 101.
Occupational Portfolio Development (OCED 071) is a 1 1/2 unit course preparing students to showcase their skills in a well-crafted portfolio that is essential to becoming a successful member of the workforce. This is not a Work Experience course and does not require any type of job.
Contacting the Work Experience Office
This website is designed to introduce the student and the employer to the Work Experience Program at Solano Community College, describe the requirements to participate, and explain the benefits of the program. The Work Experience office is located on the Fairfield campus in room 1811 in Building 1800A.
Please call (707) 864-7139 or email the Work Experience Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org