Community Colleges, High Schools To Take Part in Cloud Computing Program

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What organizers called the nation’s first collaboration involving community colleges, Amazon Web Services and its AWS Educate program to offer a regionally-recognized cloud computing certificate was announced Friday.

Each of the 19 community colleges in the California Cloud Workforce Project will partner with at least one high school in the greater Los Angeles area, including those in economically-disadvantaged communities, offering concurrent enrollment in the 15-credit certificate program.

The curriculum for the program was developed by faculty at Santa Monica College and AWS Educate.

The participating colleges are:

— Cerritos College;

— Citrus College;

— Compton College;

— El Camino College;

— East Los Angeles College;

— Glendale College;

— Long Beach City College;

— Los Angeles City College;

— Los Angeles Harbor College;

— Los Angeles Mission College;

— Los Angeles Pierce College;

— Los Angeles Southwest College;

— Los Angeles Trade Tech;

— Los Angeles Valley College;

— Mt. San Antonio College;

— Pasadena City College;

— Rio Hondo College;

— Santa Monica College, and

— West Los Angeles College.

More information on the project is available here.

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Community Colleges, High Schools To Take Part in Cloud Computing Program
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What organizers called the nation's first collaboration involving community colleges, Amazon Web Services and its AWS Educate program to offer a regionally-recognized cloud computing certificate was announced Friday.
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