Are you having difficulty paying your college costs or experiencing a financial emergency related to attending college due to the COVID-19 pandemic ? If so, you may be eligible for the COVID-19 Emergency Grant! Students enrolled for spring 2022 can apply for $1000 grant to help with books, supplies, housing, food, transportation, technology needs, health care, child care and other costs. Don’t let a financial emergency keep you from completing your educational goals at DVC! Funds are limited! Learn more and apply now!
CalWORKs is designed to provide comprehensive and coordinated student services to individuals who receive cash assistance from the Employment and Human Services Department and are enrolled at Diablo Valley College.
The CalWORKs program strives to empower each participant in attaining personal and academic growth, meaningful employment, and long-term economic stability. The program is designed to help CalWORKs students complete the academic and career training they need to successfully move from welfare-to-work and to become economically self-sufficient. The program provides coordinated services for child-care, work-study, job development and job placement assistance, and personal and professional development. The CalWORKs Office works with students to make sure they are meeting welfare-to-work requirements established by the County Department of Social Services and ensure they access all available resources to optimize academic success.
The CalWORKs program staff members are committed to creating an environment which promotes:
Beginning Fall 2014, in order for students, including CalWORKs students, to receive a Priority Registration date, the following must be completed:
Visit the CalWORKs Office located on the first floor of the Student Services Center, Suite 127. Check-in at “Station One” in the front lobby with your student ID, state or federally issued photo identification and ask to speak to a CalWORKs staff member.
Call the CalWORKs office at 925-969-2120 or 925-969-2128 and schedule an appointment to meet with the CalWORKs coordinator.
We look forward to seeing you in the CalWORKs office to begin a career path that will lead to self-sufficiency and financial independence.
||925-969-2120 (Program Assistant)
925-969-2128 (Program Coordinator)
|Email:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Program Assistant)
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|Office location:||SSC 127, first floor Pleasant Hill campus map|
|January 17 - February 3||9 am - 6 pm||9 am - 6 pm||9 am - 6 pm||9 am - 6 pm||Closed|
|February 7 - May 20||9 am - 4 pm||9 am - 4 pm||9 am - 4 pm||9 am - 4 pm||Closed|
|January 17 - February 3||8 am - 6 pm||8 am - 6 pm||8 am - 6 pm||8 am - 6 pm||9 am - 3 pm|
|February 7 - May 20||8 am - 5 pm||8 am - 5 pm||8 am - 5 pm||8 am - 5 pm||9 am - 3 pm|