It was Caleb’s choice to attend SFCC. “I wasn’t ready to jump into the four-year experience,” explains Caleb. “I thought there would be more time to find myself at a community college.”
His parents’ experience might have influenced him. “I like the personal attention you get at a community college, and you can find out what you excel at,” says Ryo. “Even after I finished school, I had a lot of personal attention from my instructors. I really enjoyed that.” He met his first boss, a fellow alumni of the biomedical equipment technology program, when he came to SCC to recruit. Ryo spent 25 years in the field.
“Both of us had jobs right out of our programs,” says Dawn.