Regional Occupational Program (ROP)

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    The Marin Regional Occupational Program (ROP) is committed to leadership in developing and providing quality vocational education needs to Marin County High School Students. ROP closely collaborates with business in program design; teaches, reinforces, and enriches core academic curricula; prepares students for gainful employment; provides real-world applications of skills that will connect students' present activities and future lives; and prepares students to meet the needs and expectations of employers today and in the future. The ROP also coordinates efforts, programs, and resources to help implement and support the Marin County School to Career Partnership. 



    The Regional Occupational Program offers a wide variety of career classes for high school students and adults in the county. These classes are intended for anyone seeking a new career, a career focus, or upgrading of current skills. 
    ROP provides courses in the following Pathways: 

    • Arts & Communications
    • Business & Marketing
    • Health & Biosciences
    • Service Occupations
    • Technology & Engineering


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    2019-2020 Marin County ROP highlights: 495 students, 20 classes, 14 teachers supported by Marin County ROP.