North Orange County ROP
- Employees in region:
- HQ location:
- Anaheim, CA
’09, ’10, ’11, ’12
North Orange County Regional Occupational Program (ROP) provides market-driven career-technical education to more than 22,000 high school and adult students in north Orange County annually. The WASC-accredited and California Department of Education-approved program holds classes in 24 high schools and three satellite locations. Specified classes articulate with local colleges to provide successful students with advanced placement and/or credits at the colleges. North Orange County ROP was created by a joint powers agreement among five school districts: Anaheim Union High School District; Fullerton Joint Union High School District, and Brea Olinda, Los Alamitos and Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School Districts.
North Orange County ROP is one of 74 regional occupational centers and programs in the state, and is part of the public school system.
“I feel like I make a difference in the lives of the people I serve.”
“I have the flexibility to manage my work.”
“It allows me flexibility in how to teach after I have been given the tools needed.”
“My manager is very caring, understanding, and flexible. ”
“I love the way ROP continues to supply the teachers with the latest technology.”
“Level of knowledge on both sides: education and business.”