Chabot-Las Positas Mid Alameda County Consortium (MACC)
3-year Planning Retreat
The three-year planning process is an opportunity to collectively assess the impact of services provided by our consortium over the previous period and to identify new approaches to meeting the educational and workforce needs of adult learners in a diverse and ever-changing economic landscape.
Some of our great Career Education programs are in the fields of:
Health Science and Medical Terminology
Business and Technology
Early Childhood Education
The MACC consists of eight adult schools, two Regional Occupational Programs, and two community colleges working together to support student success and transitions. We provide classes and services in the Eden Area (including programs in San Lorenzo, San Leandro, Union City, Hayward and Castro Valley) and in the Tri-Valley Area (including programs in Livermore, Pleasanton and Dublin).
Building more and stronger relationships with businesses and employment-focused organizations to help serve our students.
Making it as easy as possible for students to get coordinated services from all of the MACC members and partner agencies.
Helping students Transition
Adding more partner agencies to support our students.
Expanding the numbers and types of classes and programs offered.
The mission of the MACC is to collaboratively and collectively increase regional effectiveness in providing education, training and support services for adult learners, thereby strengthening our communities.
Career Education (CE) provides industry specific training and support classes that incorporate technical training and academics to develop the knowledge and skills needed to advance in your career or start a new one.
Earning your High School Diploma, taking the General Educational Development (GED) test or High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) is the first building block in furthering your education and improving your employment opportunities. Select which MACC program fits your needs best.
Explore programs available assisting students meet your individual goals, learning living skills, Adult Basic Education (functional academics), community access, social and communication skills, work experience, work readiness, and higher education.