Merced County Regional Occupational Program (ROP) offers 32 different courses in 10 Industry Sectors to high school juniors, seniors, and adults. Classes are offered at 11 comprehensive high schools in Merced County and also at Chowchilla High School with over 3,400 high school students served. ROP classes are also offered to continuation and alternative high schools. Approximately 900 students receive on-the-job training in over 300 businesses throughout the county. Adult programs are offered in Accounting, Auto Services, Computerized Office Technology, Customer Service, Logistics and Warehousing, Marketing Occupations, Office Technologies in Medical Environments, and Working Professional.
Students are you interested in learning about your career interest or would you like to gain new skills? Now is the time to start thinking about what classes you would ...
Posted Dec 1, 2011, 10:48 AM by Charlotte Klock
Work Permits!High school students! If you are planning to get a job and you are still in school, then remember to get your work permit too! See your career technician on ...
Posted Mar 1, 2012, 8:43 AM by Charlotte Klock
Delhi High School - 3rd QuarterJazmine
Beltran is a junior at Delhi High School and is currently enrolled in Mrs.
Guizar’s ROP Foundations in Education class.
believes that a successful person is one ...
Posted Apr 17, 2013, 9:50 AM by Charlotte Klock
Livingston High School - 3rd QuarterElizabeth Aguilar is a senior at Livingston High School in Ms.
Rogge’s Foundations in Education class.
Ms. Rogge says that she chose Liz because she always has a positive ...
Posted Apr 17, 2013, 9:36 AM by Charlotte Klock
Golden Valley High School - 3rd QuarterVong
Thao is Ms. Hansen’s Student of the Quarter for the ROP Art of Digital
Photography class at Golden Valley High School. Currently he is his own boss designing ...
Posted Apr 17, 2013, 9:24 AM by Charlotte Klock