Jefferson Community College

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Information Technology Industry

Software Developer

Computer Information Technology, A.A.S.

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To create the Computer Information Technology A.A.S. program, Jefferson consulted with local businesses and organizations to determine the skills and knowledge companies need. The College designed a program that prepares you to be a technology generalist able to solve today’s challenges with computers and technology.

You’ll gain hands-on experience in a variety of information technology (IT) areas, including software application use and customization, programming, database design and implementation, web page development, and networking technology.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Criminal Justice Certificate

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A certificate in criminal justice gives you an edge in many law and security related fields plus prepares you for professional employment as a police investigator, corrections officer, crime lab technician, probation officer, and dozens of other roles.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice Certificate

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A certificate in criminal justice gives you an edge in many law and security related fields plus prepares you for professional employment as a police investigator, corrections officer, crime lab technician, probation officer, and dozens of other roles.

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Correctional Officer

Criminal Justice Certificate

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A certificate in criminal justice gives you an edge in many law and security related fields plus prepares you for professional employment as a police investigator, corrections officer, crime lab technician, probation officer, and dozens of other roles.

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Preschool Teacher

Early Childhood A.A.S

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Jefferson’s Early Childhood A.A.S. program prepares students like you to learn the fundamentals of educating young children so you can get a job in the field once you complete the degree. You will gain practical skills for working with young children and their families in infant/toddler and preschool settings. Two fieldwork placements are required and you could be placed with area Head Start programs, Fort Drum Child Development Centers, Jefferson Community College Early Childhood Learning Center, day care centers, family day care, and early intervention programs.

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Early Childhood Certificate

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Jefferson’s Early Childhood Certificate prepares students working in the field the opportunity to expand your knowledge of educating young children and skills for advancement in the early childhood field. You will gain practical skills for working with young children and their families in infant/toddler and preschool settings. One fieldwork placement is required and you could be placed with area Head Start programs, Fort Drum Child Development Centers, Jefferson Community College Early Childhood Learning Center, day care centers, family day care, or early intervention programs.

The Early Childhood Certificate program is for you if you are already working in the field of early childhood education. The certificate program is designed to recognize your documented exceptional levels of training and college-level course work to date.

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Firefighter

Fire Protection Technology Certificate

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Public safety is a major concern in our society, and Jefferson Community College recognizes the need to support our community in an area that directly impacts public safety - Fire Protection Technology. This certificate provides you a direct path into an entry into either the paid or volunteer firefighting profession, or for those already serving in such capacities.

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Fire Protection Technology, A.A.S.

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Public safety is a major concern in our society, and Jefferson Community College recognizes the need to support our community in an area that directly impacts public safety - Fire Protection Technology.

Professional and volunteer firefighters, as well as people employed in emergency management services, have a critical need to stay informed and expand their skills and knowledge in the area of fire protection technology. It is also understood that the recruitment, training, and retention of employees in emergency management services is critical to the community.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal, A.A.S.

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The Paralegal A.A.S. will prepare you for a paraprofessional career in law related occupations, and is a foundation for future law school study.

You will be prepared in a broad section of legal work, including family law, business law, property law and civil litigation. A strong emphasis is placed on legal research skills and general business management skills.

In addition, if you wish to go on to law school, you will experience the “case method” approach, which is the preferred teaching method in many law schools. Most law courses or topics within this program are similar to those taught in law school.

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Teacher Assistant

Teaching Assistant Certificate

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The Teaching Assistant Certificate program emphasizes essential communication skills such as composition, reading and public speaking; child development; and the background for historical and mathematical concepts.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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The Hospitality and Tourism A.A.S. program at Jefferson lets you choose a concentration in the culinary arts. You’ll take classes in culinary theory and practice, event management, and sanitation and safety, and learn from professional chefs and winemakers. Plus, you’ll gain hands-on experience working as an intern or preparing dinners and luncheons in our professional-quality kitchen and dining facilities.

Graduate ready for some of the best jobs in hotels and restaurants, tourism, wineries and craft breweries, and more.

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Hotel/Restaurant Management Concentration, Hospitality and Tourism, A.A.S.

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The Hospitality and Tourism degree program at Jefferson lets you choose a concentration in the Hotel and Restaurant Management concentration arena. You’ll take classes in business, culinary theory and practice, event management, and learn from professionals in the area. Plus, you’ll gain hands-on experience working as an intern or preparing dinners and luncheons in our professional-quality kitchen and dining facilities.
Graduate ready for some of the best jobs in hotels and restaurants, tourism, wineries and craft breweries, and more.

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Contact Phone Number

315-786-2200

Address

1220 Coffeen St
Watertown, NY 13601-1897
United States