The CalWORKs Program at Los Angeles Mission College assists students in transitioning from welfare to achieving long term self-sufficiency through coordinated student services.
The CalWORKs program provides a comprehensive array of services including one-on-one counseling, tutoring, personal and professional development workshops, childcare, and work experience.
You may be eligible for the LAMC CalWORKs program if you are:
Enrolled at LAMC, currently receiving cash aid from the CalWORKs program.
A former welfare recipient (whose last cash aid was received within the last two years) who is now working but needs help in upgrading his or her skills, job retention or job advancement.
Visit the CalWORKs office and bring with you the following documents:
- Current Notice of Action
- Social Security card
- Valid California Driver's license or ID card
- Child's Birth Certificate (if applying for child care)