Service Industry

service industry

The Service Pathways involve the provision of services to businesses as well as final consumers. Such service occupations include: Custodian, Food Service, Groundskeeper, School Bus Driver, etc.

food service TECHNICIAN

This program offers students extensive hands-on experience in food preparation and production through eight different stations: Service Assistant-Front of House, Food Prep, Grill and Fry Cook, Expeditor, Dishwasher, Cashier, and Line Cook. Preparation and testing for the ServSafe exam is included. Training takes place in the on-campus restaurant, Grapevine Café, which duplicates work experience in a busy establishment.

Note: Completion of a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency is preferred and often required for employment.

custodial / JANITORIAL

THis program provides hands-on training in the cleaning of offices, classrooms, and restrooms for employment in schools, hospitals, and private industry, including floor care, scrubbing, buffing, and finishing. Dry foam cleaning and extraction cleaning of carpets will be covered as well as cleaning of walkways and buildings.

Note: Completion of a High School Diploma or High School Equivalency is preferred and often required for employment.

head custodian

Our Custodial Training Program will provide students with the professionalism, knowledge and skills required for careers in Custodial Services. Learn from industry professionals who are committed to ensuring you receive quality instruction that will prepare you for the field. Class consist of classroom and hands-on training. Internship opportunities are provided at the completion of the program (most internships lead to full-time employment).


Groundskeepers, also known as grounds maintenance workers and landscapers, perform outdoor tasks, such as raking and gardening, to maintain the upkeep of yards and parks. Most landscape technician certificate programs are designed for individuals who have no prior experience in groundskeeping or landscaping.

school bus driver

This class covers laws and regulations regarding the California school bus industry and is a prerequisite to taking the written test prior to obtaining a school bus driver’s license.

Pre-Requisites: High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Certificate, CTE Orientation, and placement test.