Information Technology

Careers in information technology and computers are expected to grow 12% in the next 10 years. Through our Information Technology CTE (Career Technical Education) course, gain the skills and the CompTiaA+ industry-recognized certificate necessary to enter the workforce in one of the fastest growing industries. We will even assist you with job placement with the help of our partners!

Available at

Lawndale Campus

East Los Angeles Campus

5301 Whittier Blvd, East Los Angeles, CA 90022 (3rd Floor)
310-953-4702
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inglewood Campus

110 S. La Brea Ave Inglewood CA 90301
310-946-0399
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Lawndale campus

4953 Marine Ave, Lawndale, CA 90260
310-355-0001
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Gardena Campus

16801 S. WESTERN AVE. GARDENA CA, 90247

(Inside the One-Stop Building)
424-307-1557
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Lancaster campus

1424 W. Avenue I. Lancaster, CA 93534
661-268-6502
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Alhambra campus

2550 W. Main St., #105 Alhambra, CA 91801
213-788-4003
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