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Calais Ingel

Calais IngelThe Computer Applications/Business Technology (CABT) program is designed to prepare students for success in any business and professional workplace. Our courses teach skills that are applicable in a wide range of office, technology, and computer-related jobs.

We work with students who hope to advance or switch careers by taking on skills that are more competitive in the digital age. This program offers eight certificates and a degree, all of which provide program graduates with the advantages they need to get started and get ahead.


Jennifer Vered

Jennifer VeredJennifer has been an instructor at Cabrillo for over five years, and takes pride in the curriculum she designed to match the needs of students. She also assists students outside the classroom in the Aptos and Watsonville computer labs. Jennifer worked in many fields, including organic agriculture and the culinary arts, and has taught foreign language, English, and cultural history.


Jamilah Vittor

Jamilah VittorJamilah is the Learning Instructional Assistant for the CABT. She works in both the Aptos and Watsonville CTCs. Jamilah is known for her patience and kindness as well as her tech savvy. Jamilah is interested in genealogy and enjoys traveling with her family.




David Nagid

David graduated from Cabrillo College with an AS degree in Math/Computer Science in 1981. He worked as a Systems Engineer for Lockheed Martin in Sunnyvale until his retirement in 2014. He has been teaching MS Office applications at various local community colleges and adult schools since 2000. He also works as a Guest Service Representative for Levi Stadium in Santa Clara and for Team San Jose.

Steve Larson

Steve has been teaching at Cabrillo since 1992. He received an M.A. in Instructional Technology from San Jose State University. He also has a background in networking technology, technical documentation, and interactive multimedia training. Steve enjoys all aspects of teaching, including studying and participating in the learning process.


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