Career Education

All programs at RAS are open to any person who is 18 and older and no longer eligible to attend high school.

Medical Terminology, Pharmacy Technician and Computer Support Specialist require a high school diploma or equivalent, please select from the menu to the right to read about those programs and their requirements. 

Riverside Adult School has added a new class! Basic Computer Skills:

Basic Computer Skills: This course is designed as an introductory course to develop basic computer skills and a touch-typing course emphasizing proper techniques and operations using a typewriter/computer. Students may prepare standard documents including reports, letters, memos, and tables.  This course will focus on the use of Windows based operating systems and the basic/introductory use of Word, Excel and similar programs. This course is recommended for post-secondary preparation, career, and personal use and for students with an intermediate or higher English language skill level. Students who earn a B or higher in the course will be able to apply for college credit at Riverside City College.

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