The Management & Supervision Certificate Program is Alameda County’s longest running higher education program. Susan Muranishi first initiated the program and continues to provide support as it transitions into the 13th Cluster this month.
Ten years after the first cluster’s graduation, Cluster 12 celebrated their graduation from the Management and Supervision Program. The ceremony was held at the Alameda County Training and Education Center through the help of Kim Glosson, Department Chair, Business & Economics at Laney College, and Bill Jacox, Interim Director, Training and Education Center.
Friends, families, coworkers, and managers came together in support of 16 graduates receiving their certificates.
Through this program, students build bonds and support systems which propel them to pursue greater opportunities after graduation. Backed by their newfound experience and accolades the graduating class have nothing holding them back.
For more information on program contact Claudio Lane!
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