School/School Program

There are 106 programs in the School/School Program Category.

ABC Northern California (ABC NorCal Apprentice Opportunities)
Eligibility: Must be 17 years oldHave a high school diploma or GEDNo diploma or GED required for Craft Laborer Apprentice program
Fees: No fee for tuition

ABC NorCal Apprentice Opportunities is approved by the State of California and the U.S. Department of Labor. They offer apprenticeship programs in five trades: carpentryconstruction craft laborerelectricalpaintingplumbingThe program is funded by various private and public sources.

Assistance League of Stockton
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Assistance League of Stockton is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to serving the community through philanthropic programs such as Operation School Bell®, which annually clothes over 1,200 school children in need. Other programs include: The Kids on the Block - puppet shows to teach tolerance for those who are different, and how to be safe at both home and school Book Buddies - volunteers visit second grade classes to work on basic phonics and listen to struggling readers read aloudComfort...

CalAsian (Small Business Development Center (SBDC))
Eligibility: None
Fees: All consulting is free and confidential. Low-cost and free training sessions.

Small Business Development Center (SBDC) helps new and existing small business owners with financial, marketing, production, organization, and technical issues. The staff, consultants and volunteers provide up-to-date consulting, training and research assistance in all aspects of business management and start-up. SBDC also serves as a resource center, providing information and referrals for small business owners.For a complete listing of workshops and services offered, visit the SBDC website: ...

California Conservation Corps (CCC) (Delta Center)
Eligibility: Applicants must be between the ages of 18 and 25 years old and a California residentApplicants must be able to pass fingerprint and background checks, physical exams, and drug tests, be willing and ab...
Fees: None

California Conservation Corps (CCC) offers young adults (ages 18 to 25) paid work experience and the opportunity to protect and enhance California's natural resources and communities. During their year of service, Corpsmembers receive a monthly stipend. They work on environmental projects and also respond to state and federal disasters. The CCC offers a wide range of job training including firefighting, flood response, trail building, and culinary, among others. Applicants have an opportunity to...

California National Guard (Discovery Challenge Academy)
Eligibility: Youth ages 16 to 18 years old who are behind in credits or at risk of not graduating high school This program is 100% voluntary
Fees: None

Discovery Challenge Academy is part of the California National Guard and is a five-and-a-half-month residential credit recovery program with a quasi-military aspect. During the academy, students will earn 65 high school credits, serve at least 40-hours of community service, and compete for scholarships. Every student will focus on the following Eight Core Components: Academic ExcellenceLeadership/FollowershipHealth and HygienePhysical FitnessService to CommunityJob SkillsLife-Coping Skills and...

Catalyst Kids
Eligibility: Vary
Fees: Vary; subsidized/private

Catalyst Kids offers before and after school care, summer camps, full day/part day school readiness preschool, and academic support. Cataylst Kids has centers in the following areas: Sacramento Region - Elk Grove, South Sacramento, Natomas, Antelope, Rocklin, Davis, Dixon, Fairfield/Suisun. Bay Area - San Jose, Cupertino, Los Altos, Morgan Hill, Redwood City, Sunnyvale. The following is a list of local sites: Art Freiler Child Development Center: 2421 West Lowell Street, Tracy (209) 835-1869Ge...

City of Lathrop Parks and Recreation Department (Kids' Club)
Eligibility: Students in kindergarten through 8th grade
Fees: Vary

City of Lathrop Parks and Recreation Department is pleased to provide a quality Kids’ Club program that meets during school breaks in Spring, Fall, Winter, and eight weeks in Summer. Kids’ Club is committed to providing a fun, safe, age-appropriate recreational program, which encourages social development and promotes health and wellness. Kids’ Club is for children currently enrolled in grades K-8. Children are encouraged to participate in group activities such as arts, crafts, sports, games, sc...

City of Stockton (Seifert Community Center)
Eligibility: Aged 19 months and up
Fees: Vary

Seifert Community Center provides young children, youth and adults with an array of organized activities like indoor soccer, arts and crafts, basketball, after school program and instructional classes. Rooms are available for rent. Please call for more information.

City of Stockton Community Services Department
Eligibility: Youth, teens, and seniors living in Stockton.
Fees: Vary

City of Stockton Community Services Department provides the following:Recreation/activitiesCommunity centersConcerts in the parkDay campsInstruction classesSportsActivities for teensVolunteering opportunitiesLibraries

City of Stockton Community Services Department (Arnold Rue Community Center)
Eligibility: Aged 3 and up
Fees: Vary

Arnold Rue Community Center provides youth and adults with an array of organized activities like indoor soccer, arts and crafts, basketball, dances, an after school program, and a senior program. Many more classes are available for all ages. Please call for more information. Facilities are available for rental.The Center provides: Holiday celebrationsA fitness room with exercise equipmentGuest speakers and other special events throughout the yearHot lunches daily at 11:00 a.m. to seniors. Res...

City of Stockton Community Services Department (Stribley Community Center)
Eligibility: None
Fees: Vary

Stribley Community Center provides youth with an array of organized activities like indoor soccer, art contests, teen concerts, arts and crafts, basketball, dances and many others. There is also a Teen Advisory Board, a weight room and the After School Express Program.Senior program available for adults ages 50 and over. Programs offered include painting, crafts, bingo and cards. Seniors are provided with hot lunches daily from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for those 60 and older. Cost for lunch i...

Communities in Schools National
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Communities in Schools National is the largest national network dedicated to empower at-risk students to learn, stay in school, and remain on a path to a brighter future. Working directly inside more than 2,300 schools across the country, Communities In Schools connects kids to caring adults and community resources designed to help them succeed. This community-based organization also assists with setting up programs inside schools. Communities In Schools has worked to ensure that every child h...

Community Accountability and Prevention Services (Community Accountability Board Panel)
Eligibility: Able to volunteer six to eight hours a month to mentor studentsMust be able to pass a background check
Fees: None

Community Accountability Board Panel aims to reduce the rate of truancy, improve academic performance, develop alternatives to suspensions, learn youth behavior, and provide families with resources. Anyone interested in volunteering to serve as a mentor can contact Stephanie Watt at (209) 468-8424 or Mentors work with elementary and middle school students that are 10 to 15 years old.

Community Action Partnership Of San Luis Obispo in San Joaquin County (Adelita Montessori Migrant Child Development Center)
Eligibility: We serve families who migrated for work or are employed in agricultural workState child development programs provide families who are income eligible with comprehensive child care...
Fees: None

Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo in San Joaquin County provides early learning and childcare programs for children, birth to 5-years old, in 63 centers and 160 family child care homes across ten counties in southern and central California. The mission is to provide children and families who are income eligible in their service area with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, and nutritional needs.Staff members offer children and families love, acceptance,...

Community Partnership for Families of San Joaquin (Villa Monterey Family Resource Center)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Villa Monterey Family Resource Center operates a Family Resource Center with administration offices in one of the highest-need communities in Stockton - the Kentfield neighborhood. They use Service Integration as a planning process to create individualized plans to meet the needs of children and their families by utilizing their strengths. The comprehensive and well-coordinated case plans improve the delivery of services because they eliminate duplication and gaps in services and actively invo...

Delta Charter Online/Delta Keys
Eligibility: Must be able to provide enrollment documentation: immunizations, birth certificate, proof of address, transcripts or report cards, and attendance recordsVisit website for full details...
Fees: None

Delta Charter Online/Delta Keys provides online schooling K-12 with either college prep A-G courses or a fast track to complete the High School Diploma. The school is a tuition-free public charter school that serves students in San Joaquin and surrounding counties. The school combines a rigorous online curriculum that lets students work at their own pace with high levels of support from state-credentialed teachers. The school is a personalized program that combines an online curriculum and a fle...

Delta Health Care (Edison Health Center)
Eligibility: Must be a student enrolled at Edison High School.
Fees: None

Edison Health Center is a comprehensive school-based health center located on the Edison High School campus. Medical care, sports physicals, mental health counseling, substance abuse counseling, anger management counseling, dental care, crisis intervention, support services, case management, health education, and a variety of other services are available at no charge to students.

Delta Health Care (Stagg High School - Wellness Center)
Eligibility: Students must be enrolled in Stagg High School or the Pacific Law Academy (PLA) to receive services.
Fees: None

Stagg High School- Wellness Center is a comprehensive school health center located on the Stagg High School campus. Services include medical care, sports physicals, first aid, vision and hearing screenings, dental care, mental health services, crisis intervention, substance use prevention, family planning referrals, sports physicals, and health education. In addition, support groups for anger management, depression, coping skills, substance use, smoking cessation, and life skills are available....

Escalon Children's Services (ECS)
Eligibility: Students in TK through 7th grades attending Escalon Unified School District.
Fees: Vary; subsidized care is available.

Escalon Children’s Services operates year-round. We are a privately owned before and after school program, and operate our business on site at Dent Elementary School for students in TK through 7th grades attending the Escalon Unified School District. The program is also open during school holidays and during the summer.

Escalon Unified School District (Vista Continuation High School)
Eligibility: High school counselor or administrator must send a request on behalf of the Escalon Unified School District student.
Fees: None

Vista Continuation High School serves young adults (eleventh and twelfth graders) who need to finish requirements to meet high school diploma requirements. Five credits are earned from community service volunteer work.

Family Resource Center (FamilyWORKs)
Eligibility: CalWORKs recipients with children 3 years old or younger
Fees: None

FamilyWORKs provides an in-home program that matches families with trained professionals who make personal home visits. It includes Raising A Reader family literacy program, child developmental screenings, and health insurance screenings. Services provided by Parent Coaches. Uses Parent as Teacher (PAT) curriculum.The program includes:Preparation for child success in schoolParents support group meetings and community resourcesJobs searching toolsParticipants may be eligible for up to $500 in fin...

Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Eligibility: Vary
Fees: None

Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. The office of Federal Student Aid helps make college education possible for every dedicated mind by providing more than $120 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to more than 13 million students paying for college or career school. For more information or to apply for FAFSA, please visit their website.

Filipino Center Plaza (Filipino Center Plaza Computer Learning Center)
Eligibility: Low-income families
Fees: Subsidized monthly rent

Filipino Plaza is a low-income, multi-family HUD 236 apartment community located in downtown Stockton. Please call apartment manager for specific information about waiting list, time frame and application completion procedures. The monthly rent is based on 30% of the income.Filipino Plaza residents are also able to take advantage of the Neighborhood Networks Computer Learning Center which provides after school computer tutoring and a homework club to residents. Associated Filipino Organizati...

Give Every Child A Chance (Expanded Learning Opportunities )
Eligibility: At-risk children in grades K-12. "At-risk" is a student receiving one or more Ds or Fs academic grades and/or in danger of failing proficiency requirements. Students must reside in Manteca, Banta, T...
Fees: None

Give Every Child A Chance (GECAC) is a non-profit corporation that utilizes community volunteers to serve as mentor/tutors for the children of the Manteca, Banta, Tracy, Ripon and Escalon Unified School Districts. The program matches these volunteers, one-on-one, with at-risk students. The Homework Assistance Program is an extension of the Tutoring/Mentoring Program and offers a safe environment for children to bring their homework assignments and work independently on completing them. After ...

Greater Valley Conservation Corps (San Joaquin County Office of Education )
Eligibility: Ages 18 to 26 years old Fingerprint/ background check (On Graduates ONLY)California ID and Social Security Card
Fees: None

Greater Valley Conservation Corps (GVCC) hires youth between the ages of 18 and 26 to provide natural resource, recycling and conservation services throughout five counties.Their purpose is to inspire, educate, and serve local youth and communities by providing opportunities to practice a strong work ethic and environmental stewardship. GVCC is an "Earn While You Learn" program whereas their members are provided with education, industry recognized certifications, postsecondary assistance, hands-...

Harp Learning Institute
Eligibility: Pre-K through 12th-grade students with learning difficulties such as dyslexia and autism
Fees: Free learning assessment and monthly tuition

Harp Learning Institute in Lodi takes struggling learners and turns them into independent, successful students by going to the root of the problem and filling in learning gaps. With their 5-Step, research driven program, students build a strong learning foundation. Tests can then be passed with ease. Grades soar. Self-esteem increases. Homework can be done independently.They serve learners with a learning disability, learning difference, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, visual proces...

Humphreys University
Eligibility: High school completion or GED equivalent, and passing scores in the placement examination
Fees: Vary

Humphreys University provides curricula including accounting (preparation for CPA), business administration, community studies, court reporting, criminal justice, law, legal studies, liberal studies and early childhood education. Services include career counseling, job placement and academic guidance. Offering Certificate, Associate, Bachelor, Masters and Juris Doctor degree programs.

KIPP Norcal Public Schools (KSMS, KUPMS, KUPE)
Fees: None

Together with families and communities, KIPP Norcal Public Schools creates joyful, academically excellent schools that prepare students with the confidence and skills to pursue the paths they choose - college, career, and beyond - so they can lead fulfilling lives and build a more just world. We believe every child can grow up free to create the future they want for themselves and their communities. All students are welcome, including those with special needs.

Lincoln Unified School District (Early Childhood Education)
Eligibility: After School programs: students attending Brookside, Colonial Heights Elementary, Claudia Landeen, Don Riggio, Lincoln Elementary, Mable Barron Elementary, Tully C. Knoles Elementary, John Mc Candless...

Lincoln Unified School District offers a number of programs:After School programs provide care for students TK - 6th after school. The program has three main points: academics, enrichment, and recreation. A snack is provided daily. After School sites are as follows:Brookside School, 2962 Brookside Road, Stockton, CA 95219 (209) 478-3952Claudia Landeen Elementary, 4128 Feather River Drive, Stockton, (209) 323-0951. Serves grades K-6Colonial Heights Elementary, 8135 Balboa Avenue, Stockton (209) 9...

Little Manila Rising
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Little Manila Foundation advocates for the historic preservation of the Little Manila Historic Site in Stockton, California and provides education and leadership to revitalize the Filipina/o American community. They offer the following:Youth Advocates for Social Justice Program: Stockton youth are the next generation of advocates who are creating a generational cultural shift by highlighting the history of marginalized communities to give context to present-day disparities to bring about equit...

Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (After School Programs and Camps)
Eligibility: For the full-time After School Program (FT ASP), a five-day commitment is required. For the part-time After School Program, one to three days per week is required.
Fees: Full-time After School Program - None; Part-time After School Program - Vary

City of Lodi Parks and Recreation Department offers a wide variety of sports, recreation and activities. Each department publishes a calendar of events and offers a summer program.Teen activities include flag football, basketball, late night basketball, summer swim league, Lodi Babe Ruth baseball/softball, youth tackle football and cheer, youth competitive soccer and American Legion baseball. They utilize youth volunteer time, hire teens as game officials and hire teenagers for other recreation...

Lodi Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA)
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: None

Lodi Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) provides special education services to Lodi Unified, New Hope, and Oak View School Districts. SELPA serves children with special needs from birth to age 22 years old. Special needs include children with an array of disabilities including severe physical, emotional or learning disabilities. Some may also need a variety of support services such as speech therapy. Students must meet state and federal eligibility requirements.

Lodi Unified School District (Lodi Adult School)
Eligibility: Ages 18 years or older.
Fees: Vary

Lodi Adult School offers services to help students procure a high school diploma, GED preparation, English as a Second Language (ESL) and the following vocational classes:Multimedia Web & Game DesignMedical AssistingDental AssistingEntrepreneurshipComputer RepairCareers with ChildrenCareers in EducationFire ScienceCybersecurity

Lodi Unified School District (School Readiness and Preschool)
Eligibility: Family must reside in identified Lodi Unified School District attendance areas. California State Preschool Programs (CSSP) and Head Start eligibility is based on income and family size.
Fees: None

The State Preschool Program is offered three hours a day. The Head Start Program offers the option of a three-and-one-half-hour day or a six-hour day. These district operated preschools are offered five days a week and follow the Modified Traditional school calendar. There is a strong focus on family and parental involvement. There is also a home visiting component in both programs. Preschool is offered on 14 Lodi Unified School District school campuses. All classrooms are licensed by the Dep...

Manteca Recreation and Community Services
Eligibility: Vary
Fees: Vary

Manteca Recreation and Community Services Department offers a wide variety of sports, recreation activities, and before and after school programs. For teens, there is a Youth Advisory Commission, Teen Summit, dances, volunteer opportunities, enrichment activities and other teen projects. Each department publishes a calendar of events and offers a summer program. Information on events and programs is available upon request or by accessing the website. Sport schedules and results are also avai...

Manteca Unified School District (Early Childhood Education/School Readiness)
Eligibility: Serving children ages 0 to 5 years, residing within the Manteca Unified School District attendance areas (Manteca, Lathrop, French Camp and Weston Ranch).
Fees: None

Early Childhood Education/School Readiness Program offers preschool, parent and provider education.The following programs are offered:Preschool programs provided by Creative Child Care Inc., Kids Academy and Child Abuse Prevention CouncilKindergarten bridge programsA Raising a Reader family literacy programParent workshops

Manteca Unified School District (Manteca Adult School)
Eligibility: Ages 18 years or older.
Fees: No fee for ESL, Adult Basic or High School Equivalency or diploma classes. Career Technical Education (CTE) fees vary by class.

Manteca Adult School offers English as a Second Language classes, Adult Basic Education, High School Equivalency, and High School Diploma courses as well as Career Technical Education (CTE) training. Career Technical pathways include Culinary Arts, Manufacturing & Fabrication, Computer Technology and Logistics. Timed typing test certification, Serv-Safe certification, NCLB Paraprofessional certification, Forklift and Aerial Platform certification and Welding Qualification tests are availabl...

Manteca Unified School District (School Readiness)
Eligibility: Please call for more information.
Fees: None

A collaborative effort among Manteca Unified School District, Creative Child Care, Inc., Kids Academy, and Creative Growth Preschool provides preschool programs at various sites in the Manteca, Lathrop, French Camp and Weston Ranch areas. Preschool participants will also be provided with parent workshops and the “Raising a Reader” family literacy program. In addition, families from the Sequoia, Lincoln, Great Valley, Komure and Lathrop schools will be eligible to participate in literacy-focused ...

Manteca Unified School District (Student Services)
Eligibility: Inter-District Attendance (IDA) agreements are accepted for possible enrollment in grades K-12. Acceptance is based upon the following criteria for each student: positive attendance, 2.0 GPA and stude...
Fees: None

Student Services provides assistance to school children in the Manteca Unified School District. Referrals are made to agencies and services within and out of the District. Services include counseling, alternative school placements, insurance coverage, etc.

MTI Business College (Vocational Training Programs)
Eligibility: High school equivalency or high school diploma is required in order to enroll since July 1, 2012. Ability to Benefit (ABT) individuals 18 years of age of older that do not have a high school equivale...
Fees: Vary by program

MTI Business College is nationally accredited by Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and approved by the State of California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) to offer programs for students with a vocational objective as a goal. Financial assistance and school loans are available for those who are qualified. The school contracts with San Joaquin County WorkNet (WIA), California Human Development (CHD), North American Free Trade Agreement (TAA) and Depar...

Music Teachers' Association of California - San Joaquin County Branch
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: Vary

Music Teachers' Association of California (MTAC)-San Joaquin County Branch gives referrals to people seeking accredited vocal and instrumental teachers of music. Student recitals are scheduled throughout the year. Yearly evaluations through the MTAC. To become a member, a Bachelor's of Music Degree or the equivalent is required. Please call or visit for more information.

National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE)
Eligibility: Families living in any of the following situations:A shelterA motel or campground due to the lack of an alternative adequate accommodationA a car, park, abandoned building, or bus or train stationDoub...
Fees: None

National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) operates the U.S. Department of Education's technical assistance and information center for the federal Education for Homeless Children and Youth (EHCY) Program. If your family meets the eligibility criteria, your school-age children may qualify for certain rights and protections under the federal McKinney-Vento Act.Your eligible children have the right to: Receive a free, appropriate public educationEnroll in school immediately, even if lacking docu...

Native American Indian Education Center
Eligibility: Anyone of Native American Indian heritage.
Fees: None

Native American Indian Education Center located at Edison High School, trains teachers in the cultural difficulties they encounter with Native American customs. Field trips and educational activities are provided and there is a multicultural specialist on staff. Lectures are given on Native American affairs. The Center is open Wednesday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. for arts and crafts, music and films to everyone interested in Native American heritage. There is a resource library ava...

one.Charter Elementary
Eligibility: Children K-6 grade whose family lives in a shelter with in San Joaquin County and are without permanent housing or are in transition.
Fees: None

one.Charter Elementary is a kindergarten through sixth grade charter school. The school also serves children in transition or homeless children. The school's goal is to satisfy the physical, emotional and educational needs of children in San Joaquin County. The school uses a strong academic program that includes standards-based education with a strong emphasis on literacy and math skills. The school provides children with breakfast, lunch, school supplies, clothing, and other necessities.The sch...

OSC Computer Training (Career Training & Vocational Education)
Eligibility: High school diploma or GED or any college transcript.
Fees: Vary by program.

OSC Computer Training provides flexible program scheduling and is accommodating to the needs of students. A self-paced, hands-on adult learning environment with an open entry admission policy allows individuals to develop skills easily as they adjust to the pace and direction of their learning style. New students can be admitted every Monday (except holidays). Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Programs include the following:Basic Computer SkillsBookkeeping & Office Specialist...

Rite of Passage California Foster Families
Eligibility: Please call for eligibility requirements.
Fees: None

Rite of Passage California Foster Families is a private non-profit foster family agency licensed by the State of California to recruit, train and provide extensive services to foster/resource family homes. Their goal is provide safe, ethical and loving homes for foster youth ages infant to 17 years. They provide 24-hours per day, 7 days per week emergency support along with weekly home visits by a social worker with a master's degree. In-home training for families is offered and reimbursement ...

RiteCare Childhood Language Center of Stockton (University of the Pacific)
Eligibility: Children 18 months to 18 years who have a speech and/or language disorder.
Fees: Voluntary donations accepted.

RiteCare Childhood Language Center of Stockton offers quality speech-language pathology services to children and individuals of the community, utilizing best practices, current research, and individualized client-centered treatment planning. Funding for the clinic facility comes from members of the Scottish Rite organization. There is an approximate eight month to a year wait to be evaluated. After the evaluation, the child will be placed on the waiting list for therapy, if warranted. The c...

Safety Council
Eligibility: Safety Council community courses are open to the public. Courses require the ability to read, write and understand spoken English in order to understand course content, instructor directions while on ...
Fees: Vary by class.

Safety Council offers the following training programs:Mature Driver Safety (Online) for senior driver insurance discountsDUI ProgramsForklift Operational Training provides the training card required by many employers to apply for warehouse and other job positions. The training meets OSHA requirements for basic training on a sit-down forklift and includes two hours of classroom training/two hours of hands-on training on a forkliftCPR/AED including adult, infant, and child CPR/AED - speci...

San Joaquin County Department of Aging and Community Services (Boggs Tract Community Center)
Eligibility: Boggs Tract Community Center serves qualifying individuals living in the 95201, 95202, 95203, 95204, 95207, 95209, 95211, 95219 and 95234 zip codes.
Fees: None

Boggs Tract Community Center is committed to providing community members with information and access to a variety of agencies that provide services in the areas of human services, employment, health, nutrition, housing assistance and education services.Boggs Tract Community Center offers a wide range of services. Please see below:Food and Nutrition Services:Government Commodity Program: Food is distributed on the third Thursday of the month.Emergency Food Program & Donated Food: Emergency fo...

San Joaquin County Department of Aging and Community Services (Kennedy Community Center)
Eligibility: Must live in 95206 (East of El Dorado Avenue) or 95336. To qualify for emergency food, clients must bring in documentation. Please call to learn what documentation or identification is needed for each...
Fees: None

Kennedy Community Center offers emergency food to low-income individuals and families living in San Joaquin County. Emergency food distribution is available on most Tuesdays (except the Tuesday before the 3rd Thursday of month) from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.Donated Food Distribution is most Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays (except the Monday and Wednesday before Commodities on 3rd Thursday of the month). Food is given at 11:00 a.m. (when food is available). Sign in starts at 8:00 a.m. and is fir...

San Joaquin County Department of Aging and Community Services (Lodi Community Service Center)
Eligibility: Clients must reside in specific zip code areas. Please call for more information.
Fees: None

Lodi Community Service Center provides families with emergency food on Tuesdays and Fridays at 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., serving up 30 families. To qualify, families must be low-income residents living in San Joaquin County (Lodi, Galt, Thornton, Clements, Victor and Woodbridge). For emergency food, clients must bring the following documentation: photo identification and proof of address, such as a PG&E, telephone bill or rent receipt. Identification is needed for each family member. They a...

San Joaquin County Department of Aging and Community Services (Taft Community Center)
Eligibility: Low-income Stockton residents living in the 95206, 95231 and 95330 zip codes. Residents must provide picture identification and proof of residency (utility bill or a current bill).
Fees: None

Taft Community Center offers a wide range of services. Please see below:Food and Nutrition Services:USDA Commodity Food - every 3rd Thursday of each month from 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.Donated Foods - Monday and Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. (first come, first served or until it's gone.) Donated Food is not distributed Friday before the commodity week, the week of commodities, and last Wednesday of each month.Farmer's Market - every 4th Thursday of the month from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.T...

San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum
Eligibility: None
Fees: Vary; please see below

San Joaquin County Historical Museum reveals the rich history of San Joaquin County, including the cultures and heritage of the Miwok and Yokuts Indians, the founding and development of Stockton by Charles Weber, the early twentieth century invention of the tractor and bulldozer (both invented in the county), and the evolution of modern agriculture. The Museum has eight exhibit buildings and four historic buildings, including the 1848 Weber house and the 1866 Calaveras School. Exhibits include r...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE)
Eligibility: Varies by program.
Fees: Vary

SJCOE is a service-centered agency that supports local school districts, students, educators, families, and the broader community with the overarching goal of ensuring that every student in San Joaquin County has an opportunity to receive a high-quality education.SJCOE strives to provide opportunities that enrich students' lives and maximize their learning potential, teach students how to be active and engaged citizens of our community, inspire students to be life-long learners, and prepare stud...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (Alternative Education - one.Program)
Eligibility: Students who are either on probation, expelled from local district schools, referred by a School Attendance Review Board, Foster Youth Services, enrolled at parent request, or homeless.
Fees: None

SJCOE's one.Program uses integrated thematic curriculum, with core subjects taught around a yearly theme divided into four two-quarter units. There are currently 21 school sites throughout San Joaquin County. School sites vary from “general education” to “focus sites.”Students may be referred to the Alternative Program by a district Child Welfare and Attendance official, a School Attendance Review Board, the Juvenile Court, a probation officer or a social worker. A student’s placement may be ...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (Career Technical Education Center )
Eligibility: Enrolled in high school and if under the age of 16 years, have a comprehensive high school plan on file with the student’s counselor.
Fees: No tuition. Books, supplies and material fees may be applicable.

SJCOE Career Technical Education Center (CTE) provides students with quality career preparation and technical education training to successfully enter the workforce. Students receive necessary occupational and employability skills that translate into rewarding careers. ...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (Come Back Kids)
Eligibility: Must be 18 years old or older If 18 to 19 years old, you must have attempted your senior year of high school
Fees: None

Come Back Kids (CBK) is a free program offered through the San Joaquin County Office of Education that can help adults 18 years old and older earn their high school diploma. The program is flexible to meet the needs and schedules of adult learners by providing online coursework combined with classroom instruction. Students are issued Chromebooks for academic use. CBK also provides students with career readiness opportunities, counseling, along with staff guidance and support.Come Back Kids (CBK)...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (one.Choice)
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: None

SJCOE one.Choice program is one of approximately thirty four school sites offered through the SJCOE Alternative Education Program. This particular site has a population consisting of pregnant, parenting teens and non-pregnant teens. In addition to offering academic instruction that will lead to a high school diploma, one.Choice focuses on child development and parent education. Child care is available to all children of the teen parents and is funded through Head Start. The students spend a ...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (SJCOE Roots of Readiness Home Visitation Program)
Eligibility: Ages birth to 5 years old Pregnant moms living in 95336, 95337 and 95210 zip codes
Fees: None

SJCOE Education Roots of Readiness Home Visitation Program offers parent educators the following services:Comprehensive screenings and referralsDevelopmental screenings and appropriate referral and follow up for special needs servicesParent As Teacher curriculum to families with children between the ages of 0 and 3.5 and prenatal momsHealth Education curriculum to families with children between the ages 0 and 3.5 and prenatal momsRaising A Reader (RAR) program to help children and their families...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA))
Eligibility: Please see below
Fees: None

SJCOE Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) provides special education services to ten school districts and the County Office of Education Special Education Department for students birth to 22 years with special needs. They give support through Program/Educational Specialists, Career-Vocational Specialists, Psychologists, staff development opportunities, lending library services and information resources. If you need assistance regarding services, consult your District Special Education Ad...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (WorkStartYES (Youth Education and Employment Services))
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: None

SJCOE WorkStartYES (Youth Education and Employment Services) program is a joint partnership program between San Joaquin County WorkNet and the San Joaquin County Office of Education under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). These services are available to those not attending any secondary or post-secondary school not including Title II Adult Education, ages 16 to 24 years old and who meet one or more of the following barriers:A school dropoutA youth who is within the age of comp...

San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) (YouthBuild San Joaquin)
Eligibility: Economically disadvantaged youth between the ages of 17 and 24 years and in need of a high school diploma or a GED.
Fees: None

SJCOE YouthBuild San Joaquin program provides nine-month training that is a federally funded partnership between the San Joaquin County Office of Education and San Joaquin Housing Authority. Their mission is to assist undereducated and unemployed young adults, ages 17 to 24 years, to work toward completion of a high school diploma or GED. They also learn construction skills while building affordable housing, develop leadership skills by becoming involved in their community, and secure apprenti...

San Joaquin County Probation Department (Project 654)
Eligibility: Youth in 7th-12th grade who are not on probation and are referred by the school district, the Probation Department, or parents.
Fees: None

Project 654 is a joint program of the San Joaquin County Probation Department and San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE). Probation officers and probation assistants are stationed at various county ONE schools within the community. Their goal is to keep students in school and out of the juvenile justice system. Students attending the SJCOE Community School Program enter into a contract for a duration of six months provided that the students and parents are willing to participate in th...

San Joaquin Delta College
Eligibility: None
Fees: Free tuition for first-time, full-time college students, and for students meeting certain income critera. $46 per unit for others. Many scholarships and other financial aid opportunities are available...

San Joaquin Delta College is at the forefront of job training, retraining, and high-tech jobs of the future in the Central Valley and the foothills. Established in 1963, the College serves over 20,000 students at its campuses in Stockton and Mountain House, as well as online and at satellite centers. Students can earn an associate degree and transfer to a university, saving thousands of dollars in tuition. Or they can be trained in over 100 career and degree certificate programs, allowing them t...

San Joaquin Delta College (CalWORKs)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College and receiving TANF/cash aid assistance from the Human Services Agency (HSA).
Fees: None

San Joaquin Delta College CalWORKs program’s mission is to assist students in achieving their educational and career goals. Following is a description of the services they offer:Intake: They assist students with admission applications and provide an overview of Delta College CalWORKs services..Needs Assessment: They provide initial and ongoing resource referrals. Students are given the most current edition of the CalWORKs Community Connections Resource Directory. Various workshops aimed at prep...

San Joaquin Delta College (CalWORKs Assessment)
Eligibility: Must be a San Joaquin County CalWORKs participant and be referred by a CalWORKs case manager.
Fees: None

San Joaquin Delta College CalWORKs Assessment is contracted by the San Joaquin County Human Services Agency to conduct assessments of individuals receiving Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) and participating in the San Joaquin County CalWORKs Program. The assessments help determine an individual's career interests, skills, cognitive abilities and facilitate his or her career and job planning.

San Joaquin Delta College (Career Transfer Center)
Eligibility: Services are available to San Joaquin Delta College students and the community.
Fees: None, specialized career assessments available for a fee.

Career Transfer Center, as part of the Delta Connect Center, provides career assessment, employment services, and transfer support services to students.The mission of the Career Transfer Center is to enhance student self-knowledge and refine skills in seeking and processing information, analyzing career concerns, formulating creative solutions, choosing the most favorable career opportunities and implementing plans to accomplish goals that integrate their personal, academic and career ambitions....

San Joaquin Delta College (Child Development Center)
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: Please see below.

San Joaquin Delta College Child Development Center is open for in-person services! They have openings in their Full Day State Preschool Program. They provide services to families who reside in California. For more information contact Joaquin Delta College Child Development Center is licensed for 144 children ages 18 months to 5 years of age. The Center provides quality early childhood education and childcare services. The center also serves as an optimal lear...

San Joaquin Delta College (Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education Program (CARE))
Eligibility: To be considered for CARE, Delta College students must meet the following criteria: Eligible for the Extended Opportunity Program and Services program (EOPS)Be at least 18 years of ageSingle head of h...
Fees: None

Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE), is a supplemental component of EOPS that specifically offers supportive services to assist eligible single-parent Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) students in acquiring the education, training, and marketable skills needed to transition from welfare dependency to employment and eventual self-sufficiency for their families.CARE Program ServicesIn addition to EOPS services, CARE students receive assistance with:Personal developme...

San Joaquin Delta College (Counseling and Special Services)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College.
Fees: None

Counseling and Special Services provides students with academic, career, and personal counseling. Students are assisted in career exploration, the selection of an appropriate training program, and program planning. Special assistance is available to students with academic difficulties including academic and progress probation.

San Joaquin Delta College (Delta Sierra Adult Education Alliance)
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

Delta Sierra Adult Education Alliance (DSAEA) supports the educational and economic success of adult learners in the San Joaquin Delta Community College District. DSAEA brings together education, civic and business leaders from Lodi, Manteca, Stockton, Tracy and the broader San Joaquin Delta College District Service area. The members of DSAEA are Lodi Unified School District, Manteca Unified School District, San Joaquin Delta Community College District, Stockton Unified School District, Lincoln ...

San Joaquin Delta College (Disability Support Programs and Services (DSPS))
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College with a documented disability. Student must self-identify and submit disability verification, along with a DSPS application to DSPS to initiate services....
Fees: None

Disability Support Programs and Services (DSPS) provides equal access to educational opportunities for students with verified disabilities. Staff provide students with quality support services to ensure opportunities for maximum success at San Joaquin Delta College. Services include:counselingtesting accommodationsreader/note taker servicesinterpreter servicesuse of adaptive equipmentassistance with mobility on campusStudents should schedule an appointment to meet with a DSPS counselor. Pleas...

San Joaquin Delta College (Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS))
Eligibility: To be considered for EOPS, students must meet the following income and educational criteria: Be eligible for the California College Promise Grant, formerly Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver (BOGW A or ...
Fees: None

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a unique program funded by the state of California to recruit and support students who may otherwise not attempt higher education as they work to complete certificate, associate degree or university transfer requirements.EOPS program assists participants with:Individualized counseling Priority registrationAssistance purchasing required textbooks** Access to EOPS Lending LibraryUniversity Transfer Services (including application fee ...

San Joaquin Delta College (Financial Aid and Scholarships)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College and must meet program eligibility requirements.
Fees: Fees are waived for students with financial need or for first-time, full-time students in their first 2-years of higher education.

Financial Aid and Scholarships Department assists students in meeting expenses associated with their education. Expenses include books, supplies, food, transportation, and housing expenses. Financial aid is available to qualifying students in the form of state and federal grants, federal work study, scholarships, student loans, and state grants. The Financial Aid and Scholarships Department also offers outreach services for potential financial aid applicants including low-income and disadvant...

San Joaquin Delta College (Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE) Program)
Eligibility: For interested caregivers in San Joaquin County. FKCE provides orientations to learn about the family approval process, pre-service education, classes to fulfill annual hours, and CPR/First Aid certif...
Fees: None

Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE) is a program for current and interested caregivers in San Joaquin County. The program is designed to provide a quality education and support opportunities to caregivers of children and youth in out-of-home care so that these providers may meet the educational, emotional, behavioral and developmental needs of children and youth in the foster care system.Orientations are held every Thursday evening (informational sessions) Pre-Service classes are signed up ...

San Joaquin Delta College (Independent Living Program (ILP))
Eligibility: Independent Living Program (ILP) is for current foster youth in San Joaquin County ages 16 to 21. You can join the program at any time. Fill out a registration form with the link provided and be prepa...
Fees: None

ILP is great for foster youth who want to develop the skills and confidence needed to become self-sufficient. It is Adulting 101 - from the big stuff like getting a job, applying for college, and managing a budget to everyday things like cooking, doing laundry, and changing a tire. Topics vary every year. Youth get support, resources, and extra prizes/gifts for participating in classes and activities.

San Joaquin Delta College (Irving Goleman Library)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College.
Fees: None

San Joaquin Delta College Irving Goleman Library provides services to students, faculty and staff, including: access to a wide variety of print, non-print, and electronic resources (including off-campus access to electronic materials to Delta students, faculty and staff), bibliographic instruction, and an information literacy program that is committed to excellence in teaching students the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed for successful academic achievement and life-long learning. In ...

San Joaquin Delta College (Math & Science Learning Center)
Eligibility: Student must be currently enrolled in a math and/or science course.
Fees: None

Math & Science Learning Center offers tutoring in math and science (biology, chemistry, physics, and other sciences). Tutoring is conducted on a drop-in basis. Tutors are both peer tutors and staff members. The Center also has books for classes that must be used on-site. There are 10 computers for students to utilize as well as microscopes and slides, anatomy and chemistry models, and graphing calculators available for rent. The operating hours are Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pleas...

San Joaquin Delta College (Mobility/Health Services)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College with a verified disability. To receive mobility accommodations, must be a current Disabled Support Programs and Services (DSPS) student.
Fees: None

Mobility/Health Services provides mobility assistance to students with verified disabilities. Hourly use of electric scooters to students with verified disabilities who are registered with DSPS is also offered. They also issue ADA tables and chairs, as well as provide accommodation cards.The health component of the office provides blood pressure checks and basic life support by EMT’s.

San Joaquin Delta College (Student Activities)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College.
Fees: None

San Joaquin Delta College Student Activities provides the following services:Information and support for clubsMustang ID PassBike locker assignmentsClub Flyer Permit approvalsClub registrationActivity/Facility reservations for clubsCampus activitiesLeadership developmentThe Associated Student of Delta College offers:The Student Food PantryAssistance with the grievance of complaint processInformation about campus and community resourcesSpecial events and monthly college hour eventsFunding for stu...

San Joaquin Delta College (Student-Athlete Success Program (SASP))
Eligibility: Current or prospective students interested in participating in intercollegiate athletics at San Joaquin Delta College, a two-year Community College, and a member for the CCCAA.
Fees: None

Student-Athlete Success Program (SASP) provides academic and athletic support at San Joaquin Delta College.The program, known as "The Zone," was created to supply student athletes with a dedicated study area that provides one-on-one tutoring, workshops, and computer resources. It is located on the second floor of the Budd Building in room 205.The program assists student athletes in achieving their academic goals while participating in the athletics programs at San Joaquin Delta College. Coaches...

San Joaquin Delta College (Troops to College)
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College and active military, reservist, National Guard, or veteran/prior service.
Fees: None

Troops to College provides active and former members of the armed services a support team that increases the likelihood of achievement of educational goals by addressing their specialized needs in a college setting. This program provides information, resources, and support services to “advantage” the active and former members of the armed forces in any way possible from the time of admission through graduation or transfer.Veteran Student Alliance (VSA) is the student-based affiliate of the Troop...

San Joaquin Delta College (Veterans Resource Center (VRC))
Eligibility: Must be a student at San Joaquin Delta College and active military, reservist, National Guard, veteran/prior service, or dependent of military/veteran.
Fees: None

The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) offers our student military affiliates: Centralized student services for veterans, service members, and dependentsVeteran advocacy through campus partnershipsLeadership opportunities with the Student Veterans Alliance Club, an approved Chapter of Student Veterans of America (Transfer application/Resume Booster!)Help determining eligibility for VA education, state education, and Federal Financial Aid BenefitsVA work study positions (Transfer application/Resume B...

San Joaquin Delta College (Workforce Training Institute/Community Education)
Eligibility: Workshops and classes are available to children, adults and employers.
Fees: Range from $10 to $2,750.

Workforce Training Institute/Community Education provides learning and training opportunities in medical health careers, professional development, technology, and enrichment programs. The focus of their program is to help our diverse community build and refine skills needed to enter and succeed in the workforce. Contract Education further promotes workforce development throughout the community by providing specialized education and training services to businesses, government, industry and commun...

San Joaquin Delta College (Writing Success Center)
Eligibility: Must be currently enrolled as a student at San Joaquin Delta College.
Fees: None

Writing Success Center provides the following services: one-on-one writing tutoring, writing workshops, grammar assistance, MLA, APA, and Chicago Documentation assistance, research guidance, resume development, scholarship and transfer essay assistance, and much more. The center will match students with an experienced tutor. All writing tutors have completed English 1A and 1B or 1D with an A or B, and tutors have also completed a tutor training course.On-campus tutoring services: Monday through ...

Stellar Career College (Dental Assisting, Medical Assisting, Veterinary Assisting, Medical Office, Accounting Certificate Programs in Modesto)
Eligibility: Anyone ages 18 years or older. Must have High School Diploma or equivalent.
Fees: Vary; Financial aid available to those who qualify.

Stellar Career College is to provide consistent high-quality instruction and motivation in a positive learning environment. The welfare and education of students and employees at their technical school is their primary focus. They work toward building skilled individuals and a successful trade school to serve the needs of the community.The history is the following:Computer Tutor was established in 1986 in Modesto, California by Lenore Hughes to improve children’s reading, comprehension and mathe...

Stockton Symphony
Eligibility: None
Fees: Vary

Stockton Symphony, formed in 1926, is the third oldest continuously performing orchestra in California, surpassed in longevity only by the San Francisco Symphony and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Stockton Symphony provides the community with a variety of music, entertainment and esteemed guest artists, and is comprised of some of California’s finest professional musicians.Mission: To inspire joy and build community through the magic of music.Vision: Stockton Symphony electrifies audiences of all...

Stockton Unified School District (Early Childhood Education/School Readiness Department)
Eligibility: Families must meet income eligibility requirements.
Fees: None

Stockton Unified School District (SUSD) Early Childhood Education/School Readiness Department operates 53 state funded preschool classes and 41 Head Start classes. Stockton Unified uses Frog Street curriculum and offers a program where children can develop intellectually, socially, physically and emotionally in a nurturing setting. The Raising a Reader Take Home Book program is offered in many classes. Stockton Unified offers many services to children and families enrolled in the preschool prog...

Stockton Unified School District (Families in Transition (FIT))
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: None

Families in Transition (FIT) was created to provide assistance to transitional families with issues of school enrollment. The program is designed to identify transitional children and provide appropriate community resources in order to achieve self-sufficiency for the families and enhancement in the education of the children.Stockton Unified School District (SUSD) serves homeless families with children and unaccompanied youth who are residing within the boundaries of SUSD. Services are offered t...

Stockton Unified School District (Family Resource Centers)
Eligibility: Stockton Unified School District Parent/Guardian.
Fees: None

Family Resource Centers offers parenting classes and resources to families with Stockton Unified School District students. Parents and guardians of students at SUSD can participate at the district level Parent Advisory Committee. The role of the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) is to advise, recommend, and review matters pertaining to the Local Control Accountability Plan and Local Control Funding Formula. There are two affinity groups: Latino PAC and African American/ Black PAC (AABPAC). Please ...

Stockton Unified School District (Port City Special Education Local Plan Area)
Eligibility: Please see below.
Fees: None

Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA) has the responsibility for ensuring that appropriate programs and services are available for all students identified as students with disabilities under the IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) 2004. To achieve that end, the Special Education Department supports every student's rights to an individualized educational program that is reasonably calculated to provide meaningful educational benefit based on the student’s identified needs.The D...

Stockton Unified School District (Stockton School for Adults)
Eligibility: 18 years of age and older.
Fees: Vary by program.

Stockton School for Adults offers the following services:Adult Secondary Education: high school diploma and GED preparationEnglish as a Second Language and Citizenship Career Technical EducationAdult Basic Education: adult literacyCounseling servicesFees apply for GED test and the CTE courses.

Stockton Unified School District (Student Support Services)
Eligibility: Must be a student of Stockton Unified School District.
Fees: None

Student Support Services Department is dedicated to academic success. Student Support Services offers a wide range of social, emotional, and health resources to help students thrive. They promote attendance and a positive school climate by focusing on the whole child, providing critical support services and removing barriers to learning.Elementary CounselingHigh School CounselingFamilies in Transition/Unaccompanied YouthFoster YouthHealth ServicesCrisis Intervention Positive Youth DevelopmentTUP...

Stockton Unified School District (Walton Special Center)
Eligibility: Students with severe disabilities from the ages of 3 to 22 years old.
Fees: None

Walton Special Center offers Preschool, Elementary and High School/Young Adult programs to eligible students with severe disabilities from the ages of 3 to 22.Walton also provides the Early Intervention Program to infants and toddlers, ages birth to 3, with special needs and their families. A full kitchen and nursing staff is available on-site.Walton Center offers:Trained personnelA caring and safe environmentProgram tailored for each studentSupport services include:PsychologicalSpeech and langu...

The Table Community Foundation
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

The Table Community Foundation’s (TCF) mission is to create a better world through change in youth one community at a time. They are committed to creating solutions by recognizing the need for innovative approaches to address existing problems in order to empower and partner with communities, other non-profit organizations and local stakeholders. These partnerships will provide the tools and resources necessary to build a safe place to live, work and play. Their unique focus on the people of the...

Tracy Unified School District (Tracy Adult School)
Eligibility: Adults 18 years of age and older. For 11th-12th graders, permission from high school counselor is required.
Fees: Classes are free for High School Diploma, HiSet preparatory, English as Second Language, Adult Basic Education and Citizenship. Community service classes require a fee.

Tracy Adult School offers services to help students procure a high school diploma and high school equivalency certificate. Various levels of English as a Second Language classes and Citizenship Prep classes are offered. High School Diploma (HSD/ASE) and HiSet (HSE) preparatory classes are held:Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Evenings Monday through Thursday 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. (in person and work at home modules)English as a Second Language and Adult Basic Education classes are ...

University of the Pacific
Eligibility: Varies. Contact the Admission Department.
Fees: Vary

University of the Pacific is an independent, accredited university offering a personalized education, small class sizes and an extensive selection of undergraduate and graduate/professional programs. With 10 schools and colleges and more than 100 majors and programs of study, including 30 graduate programs, University of the Pacific features both small-university friendliness and programs found at much larger universities. It offers 30 different degrees. The academic calendar includes a fall ...

University of the Pacific (Book Buddies)
Eligibility: Children in transitional kindergarten to 4th grade.
Fees: None

Book Buddies Program is sponsored by Benerd College at University of the Pacific and is a response to the literacy needs of children in the Stockton community. Children are paired with University of the Pacific student mentors and meet one-on-one each week throughout the spring semester. The mentors read to the children and then engage with the child in literacy-based activities to develop reading comprehension skills. Some of these activities include drawing, using graphic organizers, making...

University of the Pacific (Community Involvement Program (CIP))
Eligibility: Application required. Please see website for details.
Fees: None

Community Involvement Program (CIP) is a scholarship and retention program for first-generation college students from the Stockton community who have demonstrated the potential for sustainable leadership, community awareness, and involvement. CIP was established in 1969 to provide educational opportunities to the local community and diversify the University of the Pacific campus. More than 1,000 students have graduated from the program. The program provides access to college for low-income st...

University of the Pacific (Community Re-entry Program)
Eligibility: Mentally disabled and referred by San Joaquin County Behavioral Health Services.
Fees: Vary

Community Re-entry Program (CRP) operates a residential treatment continuum for the mentally disabled with the goal of providing life skills training as a primary vehicle for reducing dependence on institutionalized treatment and supervision. Lastly, CRP offers behavioral life skills training with the mentally disabled in such diverse areas as consumerism, vocational skill development, sports, financial management, nutrition and personal and system advocacy.

University of the Pacific (Pacific Speech, Hearing, and Language Center)
Eligibility: Those who have a speech, hearing and/or language disorders.
Fees: No required fee; requested $200 donation per semester (12-weeks) to assist with purchasing of therapy materials

Pacific Speech and Hearing Center provides speech therapy services to adults in the community. Clients work one-on-one with student clinicians in the University of the Pacific's Department of Speech-Language Pathology. Therapy services are provided for fluency, speech, language and voice disorders, as well as cognitive rehabilitation following head trauma or stroke. In addition, aural rehabilitation for individuals with hearing impairment to help maximize communication effectiveness is offere...

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law (California Victims Resource Center )
Eligibility: None
Fees: None

The California Victims Resource Center operates a confidential, toll free statewide hotline (1-800-VICTIMS). Through the hotline victims learn about their rights in the criminal justice system and receive a tailored list of resources based on the needs of the victim.

Weber Institute of Applied Sciences & Technology
Eligibility: High school-aged students. Application process is required.
Fees: None

Weber Institute of Applied Sciences & Technology is a high-tech high school that offers career training and core academic classes which satisfy the requirements for graduation from Stockton Unified School District. Weber Institute is dedicated to academic and career preparation with an emphasis on good citizenship. Weber Career Academics includes the following career areas: Information Technology, Health, Transportation, and Education.Admission applications are accepted during the regular...

Western Pacific Truck School (Truck Driving Training )
Eligibility: Must be 18 years or older, possess a valid Driver's License and Social Security Card, and pass a physical and drug screening.
Fees: Vary

Western Pacific Truck School-Truck Driving Training Program is the only truck driving school to be honored with the California Trucking Association's Fleet Safety Award and was founded in 1977. Their comprehensive program provides the skills and education needed to obtain a CDL and become employed in the trucking industry where there is a high demand for professional truck drivers.Certification programs available:Class A Commercial Driver's LicenseClass B Commercial Driver's LicenseOsha Certifi...

Winning Village, Inc.
Eligibility: Low income families.
Fees: Sliding scale. Family Resource and Referral Center is accepted for children ages 2 to 12 years.

Child care for children 2 to 13 years oldTutoringMentoringCollege bound workshopsPlease call to schedule an appointment for additional details and eligibility.

YMCA of San Joaquin County (After School & Licensed exempt Child Care Program)
Eligibility: Students in TK-6 grades attending: Julia MorganManlio SilvaPodesta RanchElk HornLockeford
Fees: Vary

YMCA of San Joaquin County operates a before and after school program at the following sites: Julia Morgan Elementary, 3777 A.G. Spanos Boulevard, StocktonManlio Silva Elementary, 6250 Scotts Creek Drive, Stockton Podesta Ranch Elementary, 9950 Windmill Park Drive, StocktonElk Horn Elementary, 10505 North Davis Road, StocktonLockeford Elementary, 19456 N Tully Road, Lockeford