CAREER & TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)
CCSF offers over 140 credit and noncredit certificate, Award of Achievement, and degree programs to prepare you for today's changing workplace and to help you achieve your educational and career goals.
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CENTERS of APPLIED COMPETITIVE TECHNOLOGY (CACT)
The mission of the Centers of Applied Competitive Technology is to help California's manufacturing and design industries compete successfully in changing markets and the global economy through workforce education and technologies. We accomplish this through technology education, manufacturing training, and services that contribute to continuous workforce development, technology deployment and business development.
The San Francisco Center for Applied Competitive Technology (SFCACT) is housed in the heart of San Francisco’s industrial corridor in the Bayview District at the Evans Campus of City College of San Francisco. We serve entrepreneurs, and all sizes of manufacturers in San Francisco, North Bay and East Bay regions.
For more information or to request a free consultation to find out how we can help your business improve and grow, contact
Andrea Speraw, Director
Design Studio Coordinator
Janel Hadden, Administrative Support
David Collins, Bio-Link Depot Coordinator
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATIONS SYSTEMS (GIS)
Geospatial technologies is one of the fastest growing & most exciting industries in the United States. Its demand for skilled technicians and analysts is constantly increasing. More and more governments, businesses, and non-profits are integrating Geographic Information Systems (GIS) into their Information Technology Systems (ITS).
We teach public and private sector administrators, urban planners, transit managers, technical professionals, decision makers and others involved in building and implementing ITS the skills to launch a career in the GIS field.
- Obtain the skills necessary to effectively manage GIS programs.
- Learn the basics of GIS technologies and obtain hands-on experience in using GIS software.
- Explore the interdisciplinary elements of GIS including cartography, topology, database design and spatial analysis.
- Understand how demographic information and techniques are used within health care, transportation, law enforcement, natural resources, education and other disciplines.
For more information contact
Suzanne Korey, Director
GIS Education Center
1400 Evans Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
Latitude: -122° 23' 6"
Longitude: 37° 44' 27"