EDC News

New Regional Degree Program Responds to Water and Wastewater Workforce Needs

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Jan27
Driven by the rapidly growing demands for skilled career professionals in the water and wastewater industry, National University and Cuyamaca College will launch a new degree pathway program starting in February 2021. Developed in collaboration with regional employers, the new Bachelor of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Waterworks Management provides a seamless pathway for graduates of the Cuyamaca College Center for Water Studies to transfer into the bachelor’s program after earning their associate’s degree. Transfers

South County Community Working Together

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Jan22
I wanted to reach out to you and thank you for all your support and commitment over this past year.  We have all faced tremendous challenges and unforeseen opportunities but together we are beginning 2021 with a renewed commitment to South San Diego County.  Having seen the resiliency and determination of all associated with our community and organization I know great things are ahead.  Even through what has been a trying year for sure we

SCEDC Launches New Web Portal

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Jan22
The South County EDC would like to introduce the new web portal and all of the features available to you and our community.  The development of this new product took several approaches focusing on enhancing and supporting our community, providing insight and visibility to all things South County, and to providing value for those invested in the SCEDC.  The new look and feel comes with a slew of tools and resources for businesses both here

SCEDC Hears from SANDAG on 5 Big Moves

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Jan22
During our January 12th Board of Director Meeting we heard from Executive Director Hasan Ikharta of SANDAG and team.  The presentation touched on the long-term strategies and focuses of the regional organization.  Outlining of the 5 Big Moves allowed all involved to see and better understand our regional transportation vision. SANDAG introduced a transformative vision for transportation in San Diego County that completely reimagines how people and goods could move throughout the region in the 21st century.