College AssistanceMigrant Program (CAMP) provides
academic and support services, as well as financial assistance
to eligible migrant students who are admitted and enrolled on a
basis within the first academic year.Students participating in this program will learn strategies to better cope with lifestyle changes, adjustments and personal situations that can impair
educational achievement within migrant families.
Furthermore, CAMP offers students financial assistance
in addition to traditional sources of college education
funding. Through CAMP student participants will be mentored to improve their organizational, critical thinking and communication skills. Students will be encouraged to set goals and develop leadership qualities.
A unique feature of CAMP will be the collaboration between the student, parents, and CAMP coordinator, to form a partnership where the parties jointly share reaching the objectives and accomplishing the goals set by the student to complete their college education.
|Sacramento Conference 3-08 NDC, Lemoore, and Coalinga Students in Sacraemento||Sacramento Conference 3-08 Brenda Soto (left) an other CAMP sutdents explain a solution to a social problem.||
Sacramento Conference 3-08