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Crafton Hills College will receive funding from the California Community College Strong Workforce project to expand and strengthen its role partnering with the Colton-Redlands-Yucaipa Regional Occupation Program. More >
 
CRY-ROP Business partner Nominee Jamie Martinez, 99 Cent Store Manager, received the Partners in Education awarded at the county Education Medal of Honor on October 30. More >
 
Congratulations to Nicole Drazin, CRY-ROP Employment Placement Specialist and Youth Leaders, Fernando Olivarez and Branley Acevedo for being selected by the YouthACT as Youth Council Team Members. More ›

17th Annual Career Information Day
More than 300 high school students discovered what careers are available following graduating during CRY-ROP's 17th annual Career Information Day. More ›

Redlands High School
Students in CRY-ROP's Automotive General Services class at Redlands High School were recently given an opportunity to see where a technical career pathway could lead. More ›

District of Distinction
CRY-ROP was honored as a “District of Distinction” for our Teacher Induction and Career Technical Education Teach programs. More ›