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CalWORKs Program

Resources for students who are TANF recipients
Welcome to Santa Rosa Junior College’s CalWORKs Program Web site. The CalWORKs staff is ready to help potential and current TANF recipients attending SRJC. We offer a variety of services and financial resources that can help you cover your educational and living costs while you are a student. Funds are available to pay for books, school supplies, and transportation while you are attending class and working. Eligible students receive specialized counseling and advising services provided by staff who understand the rules and regulations of welfare-to-work programs.

Work opportunities that will not affect your TANF grant
Many TANF students are eligible for CalWORKs Study, a program that provides paid on-the-job training opportunities at both on and off campus job sites. In addition, our CalWORKs Employment Services staff provides assistance with job development and placement for students who are completing their educational programs at SRJC and are ready to look for employment.

How we partner for your success at the college
We work closely with other programs at the College, with the county, and with community-based organizations to assist you in understanding welfare-to-work program requirements and help you access the services you need.

Please call for additional information or to schedule an appointment with the CalWORKs staff. Be sure and check out our CalWORKs Program Eligibility link!

LOCATION & HOURS
Santa Rosa Campus
Bertolini Student Activities Center
3rd Floor

TEL (707) 527-4766
FAX (707) 524-1764

M, T, Th, F, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM
W, 9:00 AM-6:00 PM

NOTE:
The College is closed on Fridays in June and July

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