RANCHO CIELO

Building Skills Transforming Lives

 

Community college education is evolving – along with the jobs it’s training students for.

Thursday, August 29, 2019 - 2:45pm

The ag industry’s appetite for skilled workers is also being filled by another institution. At a distance of 20 minutes by car from Alisal is the Rancho Cielo Youth Campus, a school for underserved and disconnected youth. Earlier in August, Rancho Cielo opened the Ted Taylor Ag Vocational Center, becoming the third such training hub, in addition to a construction academy and a culinary academy. (These programs each enroll up to 40 students at time.)

Read the full story by Asaf Shalev on MontereyCountyWeekly.com.

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