Business and Economic Development
Welcome to the School of Continuing Education, Economic and Workforce Development! Our mission is to support and strengthen our local and regional economy through community, economic, and workforce development by providing relevant and responsive programs that actively engage individuals and businesses to develop academically, professionally, and economically through the application of high quality educational services and resources.
College for Kids
Southwestern College and the six South Bay School Districts (Chula Vista Elementary School District, Coronado Unified School District, National School District, San Ysidro School District, South Bay Union School District, and Sweetwater Union High School District).
The Community Tennis Program offers clinics for students and adults. There are clinics for each level of expertise. For more information, or to enroll in the classes, contact Coach Susan Reasons, 619-421-6622 or email: email@example.com.
Southwestern College is pleased to offer our South County residents and business community a wide variety of interesting courses and programs through our Continuing Education Office. Continuing Education provides students with extended studies designed to support professional advancement and personal success. Day, evening, and weekend classes are conveniently held at the Chula Vista campus, as well as off-campus locations throughout South County. There are no transcripts or grades, many are tuition-free, while others require a nominal fee.
Turtle Swim offers swimming lessons at the heated Southwestern College Outdoor Pool Facility in Chula Vista serving all of southern San Diego County. Our swim classes are led by qualified instructors who are either Water Safety Instructor-certified or who have equivalent experience. These enthusiastic and caring instructors are effective in teaching both children and adults. Classes emphasize aquatic safety and proper swim technique.
South Bay Botanic Garden
Although South Bay Botanic Garden was officially established in January of 2008, its history really began in 1974. As a new college horticulture program, the garden started as an empty field, one greenhouse, and no plants. However, through the efforts of countless students learning the skills of planting and hardscape installation, the garden has grown into a park-like setting of hundreds of different varieties of plants.