Jumpstart your career in a high-demand, high-growth technology occupation by earning a Google Career Certificate and a UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies certificate over 15 months. Training programs are available in business intelligence, digital marketing and front-end development. Learn more about these certificates.
Job Search Support
While the technical skills you’ll learn in the classroom prepare you to do the job, equipping you to land the job is just as important. With help from our team, you’ll perfect your resume, practice interviewing, gain access to paid work experience and optimize your job search for maximum results, building skills to support every step of your career journey.
Participants pay no upfront costs for the program. With a 0% interest outcomes-based loan, at a maximum, participants who earn at least $40,000 will pay $7,000. Read our FAQs to learn more about outcomes-based loans.
Interested in a tech career but not sure if this program is right for you? Join our upcoming info session on October 13 or reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. If you can’t join the next info session, watch our pre-recorded info session to learn if this program is right for you.
Who It's For
- Ages 18+
- Live in San Diego County
- Authorized to work in the United States
- Interested in a career in technology
This program offers help:
- With starting school or a certificate program
- Finding a long-term job
Applications to this program are currently closed and will re-open in late 2022. To learn more about the program and the certificates offered, complete the interest form or email email@example.com for more information.
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Read about participant’s experience with UC San Diego Division of Extended Studies:
Ernesto Gonzales was working at a job with limited financial growth when he heard about the Workforce Partnership’s UCSD Tech Certificate program. He applied for the business intelligence program and was accepted. Here he tells us about his experience with the team and his advice for others considering the program.
When the first UCSD Tech Certificate program cohort launched in July 2019, Chris chose to study Business Intelligence (BI) since he was working in a BI capacity in his position at the time. He was enjoying the work he was doing, though he was feeling limited in his current role.
Prior to joining the Workforce Partnership’s UCSD Tech Certificate program, Ari Emdur was working as a stagehand and wasn’t getting the hours he needed at his job to support his family. He thought the program might just be the perfect way to break into tech. It turns out he was right.