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The latest news about Sacramento Valley College Corps (SVCC).

For Many Undocumented Students, Jobs Can Be Hard to Find. This State Program Could Help

Natalia Angeles always knew she was going to college despite being undocumented, so giving up the chance to attend a four-year university straight out of high school was not easy. But when the acceptance came from the University of California, Riverside, she quickly realized that without being able to work legally, she couldn’t afford to attend.

October 12, 2022

In Another Class: College Corps Expands Service Learning for Students

In a classroom two miles from UC Davis, a second grade student doubted her ability to work with numbers and approached Lizette Luis for help. After they puzzled through a math problem together, the girl was encouraged by what she learned.

October 11, 2022

Video: See Gov. Gavin Newsom swear in California’s first College Corps fellows

Gov. Gavin Newsom swears in the first class of #CaliforniansForAll College Corps fellows, more than 3,200 students in all, in a ceremony in Sacramento Oct. 7, 2022, The students receive up to $10,000 for completing a year of service.

October 7, 2022