Currently enrolling for the following courses:
- CompTIA A+ PC Technician
- CompTIA Network+
- CompTIA Security+
- Cisco CCNA
Classes start soon (seating is limited).
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In order to qualify and enroll for The Stride Center job training course(s), the applicant must:
- Complete Student Application Online
- Attend a Stride Center Orientation
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Be a resident of California
- Provide proof of age, residence, and income
- Provide proof of High School Diploma -or- GED -or- College Diploma
- If you need to request a copy of your transcripts or are not a high school graduate, click here.
- Applicant must provide an essay
We are on the ETPL list of Approved Training Providers. We accept students referred through WIA, Department of Rehabilitation, Department of Parole, Veterans Administration and more.
Enrollment Steps Checklist - Click HERE
Scholarships available - Please attend an orientation to obtain more information about funding options.
How to request a copy of your School Transcripts:
Oakland Unified School District (only):
All other transcript requests:
High School or College:
- Go to your school's website using a search engine. See if you can find the page with information about obtaining copies of transcripts. This page may possibly located under a clickable link (or via a search window):
- Obtain the phone number for the school's administrative office on the website if you are not able to find a request transcripts page.
- Call the school and ask to speak to someone about getting a copy of your transcripts. Explain that you need it for registering for a technical school.
- California GED recipients, click here.
- Non-California GED recipients:
- Try contacting the institution or agency where you studied. Even if they don't have your records on file, they can refer you to someone who does. Many times the programs are sponsored by a local high school. Your local education department will have this information.
- Contact your local State Department of Education. Most telephone directories list government listings in a special section. There should be listings there for education.
- If all else fails the United States Department of Education can most certainly help you out.
- There is a record of your achievements out there. It may take a little effort, but you can get a copy of your GED diploma. If they only offer a transcript of your achievements, you may be able to use the transcript to have a certificate or diploma created.