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THE CalWORKs OFFICE WILL BE OFFERING LIMITED
ON-CAMPUS SERVICES FALL 2021
MONDAY 10 AM - 3PM and TUESDAY - THURSDAY 9AM-3PM
Due to Covid-19 safety protocols, the EOPS CalWORKs Office has modified their on-campus services for the Fall 2021 semester.
Front Desk Services: In-person front desk services will include answers to quick questions regarding benefits, application process, etc. and help with scheduling appointments.
Counseling Services: One-on-one counseling will continue to be offered remotely, either online via Zoom or by phone, with few exceptions that will be determined on a case by case basis.
San Diego Miramar College is part of the CalWORKs Association who support student-parents who are changing their own lives, two generations at a time.
The California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) is a statewide public assistance program that provides cash aid and services to eligible families that have a child(ren) in the home. The San Diego Miramar College CalWORKs Student Services Program helps students receiving CalWORKs (cash aid) to achieve long-term self-sufficiency through education and job training. Our main goal and focus is to lift families out of poverty through education.
To apply for the Miramar College CalWORKs Student Services Program, please click below:
To get a better idea of what your technology needs are, please also complete this form:
***Current CalWORKs students, to schedule a remote counseling appointment, please visit the CalWORKs canvas home page. ***
- Must be a CalWORKs recipient receiving cash aid for themselves and at least one child
- Must have your financial aid at Miramar College
- Enrolled in at least 1 unit at SDCCD in a major that leads to employment
- Complete a San Diego Miramar College CalWORKs Student Services application
Program Services & Benefits:
- Priority registration
- Health fee waivers
- Coordination of county provided support services (textbooks, childcare, transportation, etc.)
- Academic, career, and personal counseling
- Work study opportunities
- Gas cards*
- Laptop/textbook lending library
- Student success and personal development workshops
- Psychosocial assessment and campus/community resource linkage
- Verification to County of your 20–35 hour welfare-to-work activities
- Cap and gown*
- School supplies*
- Job placement assistance
*Contingent upon funding.