The California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) Program at Madera Community College is designed to help TANF recipient who is receiving cash aid for themselves and any dependent children.
We are committed to provide CalWORKs student with skills to become gainfully employed and financially self-sufficient though education and employment opportunities.
If you receive cash aid from a county welfare department, have children, and are enrolled in college or want to sign up for college, you can participate in the CalWORKs Program at Madera College and Oakhurst Center.
While you attend classes and educational activities, you may be able to leave toddler on campus with the Madera Community College Child Development Center. You'll get priority acceptance for enrollment.
Our Work Study program will help you find a job on campus. You'll gain valuable job skills, earn references, and get a paycheck in addition to your regular cash aid grant. This is a great way to make extra money while you're on aid. You may also be eligible for additional cash grants through financial aid.
Give us a call to join the MCCC CalWORKs program at 559.675.4840, or have your Job Specialist, Case Manager, or Self-Sufficiency Counselor refer you to our program!