CIS News | Spring 2018

2nd 8-week classes start Mar 13, 2018 | Register today!

Spring 2018 Semester | Jan 13, 2018 – May 16, 2018
2nd 8wk courses| Mar 13, 2018 – May 10, 2018.

Use the CLASS SCHEDULES link above to view course offerings for this semester. If a class is full, you should try to contact the instructor the first week of the class to see if seats are available.

To support your own success, students should try to prepared for any course, by having the textbook and course materials the first day of class when possible! Many texts are available in our B151 Student Lab, or the Library, so students should check all resources as part of your course preparation!

Women Who Code @ SCC | Spring 2018

  • Mar 2, 2018 | hosted high schools for Exploring Computer Information Science.
  • Mar 21, 2018 | March 23, 2018 – field trip to conference for Women of Silicon Valley.
  • Apr 6, 2018 | CIS Clubs hosting high school students for Exploring Computer Information Science. Contact Professor Little if you want to help during the workshops!
  • Apr 27, 2018 | Join us for a guest panel and surprise innovation workshop!


Codeathon Spring 2018

Saturday, April 7, 2018
Business Building B151 Computer Lab

For more Information visit the Codeathon page

Maker Fridays | Professor Jim Town | Times to be announced

Each semester students can Join Professor Jim Town for Maker Friday’s, as he hosts an interactive activity for anyone interested in knowing more about Computer Information Science. No programming or electronics experience necessary. Open to all SCC Faculty, Staff, and Students.

Visit   Artduino Workshop Series for more information.

IT Apprenticeships | Professor Kevin Anderson

Professor Anderson, our Security Programs faculty has been working with the State to coordinate apprenticeships with state workers.

The apprenticeships link current state workers with courses at community colleges and on-the-job training within state offices. The apprentices retain their full-time wages, but are allowed time for coursework and special training.

SEIU grants give state workers on-the-job training for promotions

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