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About HOPE Center
The HOPE Center has served as a health career resource; however effective August 15, 2014 the Center is transforming to an ESL/HEP Tutoring and Support Center for all eligible students.
Students seeking academic guidance and support in the health careers should contact the counseling department at http://www.santarosa.edu/app/counseling/ and/or the Health Sciences Office http://online.santarosa.edu/presentation/?3980
Spanish speaking counselors are available in the counseling department.
There is no change in tutoring. It is offered at the Tutoring Center and ESL/HEP Tutoring and Support Center at the old site of the HOPE Center.
The Health Career Pipeline will continue with the Summer Health Career Institute course for first generation, bilingual, bicultural, low-socioeconomic students. The 2014 HLC 120 course was a huge success and will be offered again in 2015. More exciting changes coming soon for high school students!
For College Academic Preparation students are advised to take Introduction to College (COUN 270) during the spring as a high school senior or during summer session.
The Healthcare Workforce Development Program is under restructuring in partnership with Sonoma County Office of Education and the HealthCare Workforce Roundtable. Updates on changes to Healthcare Workforce Development will be provided by the Health Science Department as they develop. Please contact the Health Sciences Department if you have any questions at 527-4272.
From the Community
“Healthcare is in a great transition and the Roundtable is currently in a process of assessing and integrating these changes into programs that are offered. We look forward to continuing our support to the future healthcare workforce of Sonoma County.” Jeannie Dulberg, Kaiser Permanente, Benefit Manager and Public Relations.
Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges