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CRC Students: Local. Diverse. Highly Skilled.

Find and hire talented, motivated students – right here in the Sacramento region.

The Cosumnes River College Workforce Development Team - Partner With Us!

  • Did you know that CRC develops their workforce training programs based on local employers’ needs for skilled workers?
  • Did you know that the employers play an integral part of designing the workforce programs to meet their specific needs for both technical and customer service skills?
  • Did you know that CRC is one of the top 10 most diverse community colleges in the nation?

Come partner with us! We want to help grow your business by providing you with diverse, skilled workers who come from the communities your business serves. There's so much talent right here in our region. Our students are looking to invest their talents in the local economy full time after graduation. Fill out the interest form below and let us know how we can meet your workforce development needs!

Dana Wu Wassmer, MS, RD

Dana Wu Wassmer

Dana has numerous work experiences, including Research Intern for Kellogg’s, Dietary Director, Nutrition Specialist at the University of Michigan, Clinical Dietitian, Private Consultant, and Academics. She served as a tenured Nutrition and Foods faculty, Department Chair of the Allied Health Programs, the faculty chair for Guided Pathways, Dean for Health & Human Services and Ag, Food & Natural Resources at CRC, and currently is the Associate Vice President of Instruction, Economic & Workforce Development. She recognizes the importance of educational pathways to careers and remains active in workforce and industry engagement.

Lynn Hurtado

Lynn Hurtado

Lynn is a proud CRC Alumni, having graduated in 2009, from the Architectural Design Technology program. In 2010, she worked as the Program Coordinator for the Junior ACE Program, an after-school program designed to teach middle school kids about green building and renewable energy. In 2015, she became the Administrative Assistant to the Dean of Careers and Technology. She managed class scheduling and budget requests for 23 programs. Since 2019, she has managed millions of dollars in grant funding in the Economic and Workforce Development Office.

Design Build Competition

Construction students on a roof

The CIE Design Build Competition is designed to promote career awareness and create a fun learning experience for high school students.

Design Build

Learn More About Workforce Development at CRC

Meet the CE Advisory Board Members

Meet the CE Advisory Board Members

Business and industry input into our career education programs is critical for keeping them relevant and current. Advisory board members play an important role in building strong workforce training programs.

Meet the Boards

Career Education at CRC

Career Education at CRC

Learn about our Career Education programs within our eight Career and Academic Communities.

Career Education

Handshake Job and Internship Platform

Handshake Job and Internship Platform

Start your hunt for an intern or employee at Handshake – a platform where employers can find students and alumni to fill full-time and part-time internships, jobs, and volunteer opportunities.


Los Rios Work Experience: Employer Resources

Los Rios Work Experience: Employer Resources

Through our Work Experience Internship Program, employers have a direct link to over 75,000 students in the Sacramento region. Learn how to post an internship and find an intern.

Work Experience