While the United States Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District, is part of the military – the corps also employs thousands of civilians offering many career opportunities in public service.
Matthew McPhail, studies crime in order to recommend ways to prevent it as well as make neighborhoods safer for their residents.
This Sacramento woman first became an engineer until raising her family showed her that she wanted to be part of the education of children.
Elizabeth Stevens-Klein, a Geographic Information Systems specialist (GIS) for the United States Army Corps of Engineers, discusses the benefits of a career in this field.
Christy Jones, is concerned about public safety and chose to pursue a career in flood control, using technology along the way.
Health care is a big concern for most people and this Sacramento nurse obtained her degrees to educate others and work toward better health care.
The cities of West Sacramento and Davis are being transformed with new developments to be constructed, as well as new businesses moving into the cities creating many new jobs.
Aaron Frederick, Vice President of Colliers International Sacramento, discusses how his degree in business administration and management led to his success.
Mother of four, Annette Hidalgo – inspired by her children – decided now was the time to follow her dream and obtain her teaching degree.
Education was this Sacramento teacher’s second career but she chose educational psychology to enhance her teaching skills and interaction with her students.
According to Cynthia Renaud, the first female police chief for the Folsom Police Department, her education helped her to act as a police officer, communicate successfully in a leadership role and effectively work with her team.
Developers are exploring the potential of revitalization in many Sacramento neighborhoods, creating many new jobs, while other established businesses in Sacramento are named the ‘Best Places to Work.’