There is a huge discrepancy in student achievement based on what is called, the Digital Divide, families that have versus don’t have home based internet access to support education. Families that qualify for Free or Reduced, Cal Fresh (food stamps), SSI or household incomes less than $40,000 annually may qualify for $10-$20 per month internet.
Click here for more information on Internet For All Now!
Click here to read the February newsletter from California Homeless Youth Project, which contains information on college transition, disability intersection, real cost of college, and juvenile justice.
In compliance with the Student Voter Registration Act of 2003 (Elections Code sections 2145-2148) we are providing a meaningful opportunity for our 18 year old students to register to vote. Please note that while only students turning 18 years of age prior to any election are eligible to vote, California law now allows 16 and 17 year olds to pre-register to vote.
- OmniTrans Current Postings
- Kaiser Licensed Vocational Nurse
- Patton Sales Job Postings
- Selector II
- Information Technology Assistant
- Checker Loader IV
- Acronic Job Openings
The County of San Bernardino Workforce Development Department is offering the CalWorks Youth Employment Program (CYEP) and the CalWORKs Subsidized Employment Program (CSEP).
Use the links below for more information:
- Back to School Events 2018
- Community Action Partnership of San Bernardino – March 2018
- County Approved Transitional Age Youth (TAY)
- CWE – Community Wholeness and Enrichment Program
- Everything You Need to Know about the FAFSA in 2018: Steps, Problem Solving & Expert Advice for College Financial Aid
- Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS)
- Transition Resource Directory
- Victor Community Support Services
Desert/Mountain Children’s Center Resource’s which include:
- Food & Clothing
- Bill Assistance
- Child Care/Preschool
- Medical Care
- Training, Tutoring and Seminars
- Facebook and Social Media, 2 hours.
- Resume development and update.
- Computer use (basic), 4 hours..
- Soft Skills, Verbal Communication and Customer Service, 6.5 hrs.
- Basic Leadership: The 5 Levels of Leadership, 6.5 hrs.
- Academic Scholarship Acquisition Assistance
- Website design and updating
- Computer repair and system restoration (basic)
- Computer Rentals (HP laptop use) on-site or takeaway
- Resume update
- Typing and Mailing
You can enroll in school even if you have:
- Uncertain Housing
- A Temporary Address
- No Permanent Physical Address
Click here for more Enrollment Information for Homeless & Foster Youth.
With the Family Support List you can find the names, locations and contact information for the following areas:
- East Highland
- North Victorville
- San Bernardino
“Transforming Lives Through the Power of Work”
Click here for more information on:
- Goodwill Locations
- Events & Discounts
- How to Donate
Heroes Warehouse has furniture for Veterans, active duty, reservists and their families who are in need.
Please visit this link for more details:
*Must bring your DD214 or Veteran ID.
“Helping Our Homeless Achieve Self-Sufficiency”
Click here for more information from the High Desert Homeless Services regarding:
- Single & Family Temporary Housing
- Transportation Services
Click here for more information from the San Bernardino County Office of Homeless Services regarding:
- Homeless Provider Network
- Food Distributors
- Emergency Solutions
- Emergency Shelters
303 E. Vanderbilt Way
San Bernardino, CA 92415
Ph: (909) 386-8297
Fax: (909) 890-0868
Click here for information on support for students and families affected by the Camp Fire.
As part of the Colonies Holiday Miracles event, Mark Christopher Auto Center and Colonies Partners are supporting the donation of a new Chevrolet Spark!
Click here for a copy of the application.
www.Victor.org is comprised of three agencies that provide a wide array of services and supports to people of all ages. Through our various programs, we offer people hope, skills and tangible solutions to assist them in leading productive, successful lives.