Central Valley College Corps

The #CaliforniansForAll College Corps will help create debt-free pathways to college while engaging students across the state in solving problems in their communities.

Goal 1

Create a generation of civic-minded leaders with the ability to bridge divides and solve problems.

Goal 2

Help low income students graduate college on time and with less debt.

Goal 3

Address societal challenges and help build more equitable communities across California.

Central Valley College Corps

The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning at Fresno State is excited to bring the #CaliforniansForAll College Corps program to the Central Valley. Fresno City College and Fresno State students are eligible to participate in this new and innovative service program.

Students who complete 450 hours of service with College Corps will receive the following benefits:

  • $7,000 stipend (living allowance), plus a $3,000 Education Award;
  • Academic credit; 
  • A real-world job experience and skills to add to their resume;
  • Access to training, networking, and professional development opportunities; 
  • A sense of pride and accomplishment in working toward a common purpose alongside young leaders from across the state.

Learn more about student eligibility and the application process and sign-up to attend a virtual information session.

Frequently Asked Questions

This is a brand new program and our staff are working hard to launch it for the 2022-23 academic year. As we continue planning, we will regularly update our FAQs based on student feedback.

Central Valley College Corps

Housed at Fresno State, in partnership with Fresno City College.

A program of #CaliforniansForAll College Corps.


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