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Spring registration opens October 17.
Voices of PPSC
I think the only way to have a really good experience in school, to really succeed, is to have personal connections. [My PPSC coach] has been that connection. He's helped me get ready for classes. He's been amazing. And he's also helped me build more relationships at the college.
Student and future immigration lawyer
PPSC prepares students for jobs as a police officer, dispatcher, parole officer, investigator or sheriff's deputy, among others. Your training will consist of tactical firearms training, law enforcement driving, arrest control techniques, police procedures and a basic understanding of the law as it applies to police work.Visit Website
Recognized as one of the best programs of its kind in the region, you will train to be a skilled firefighter. It's a career that's high paying, in-demand and profoundly mobile. Students will learn fire prevention practices, fire investigation, wildland firefighting and more.Visit Website
Support licensed professionals in preparing for trial—drafting documents and conducting legal research. Jobs as paralegals, legal technicians and legal assistants are high paying and in-demand as legal professions continue to grow. With more advanced degrees, you could pursue careers as a lawyer, judge, or arbitrator.Visit Website
Develop an understanding of human development, behavior and social, economic and cultural institutions to advance social impacts like better mental health, child abuse prevention, and more. Graduates can become counselors or victims advocate. With an advanced degree become a licensed social worker or rehabilitation counselor.Visit Website