Do you know any young people looking for work?
Who want to know what the OCCC program is about?
Who may or may not have finished high school?
Please let them know the Orange County Conservation Corps is having a Job Fair and Open House!
18-25 Year Olds
Looking for Work
No Experience Required
APRIL 3, 2014
From 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
ORANGE COUNTY CONSERVATION CORPS
1548 East Walnut Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
Want More Information?
Please Contact Susan Soria
Call 714-956-6222 Ext. 233
Click here to view printable flyer.
Three of our top corpmembers traveled to our state capitol last week to participate in Government Education Day and learn more about what goes on in Sacramento. Thank you Lou Correa and Jano Dekermenjian for showing us around!
Sacramento – we have arrived!
Meeting with Allan Mansoor
Meeting with Tom Daly
Corpsmembers Solving California Budget
Too much learning – need a break ;-)
Corpsmembers Josie, Jonathon, and Josue with Director of Programs Lena Skiba on their way to Sacramento for Government Education Day.
We’re kicking off 2014 in style with a brand new OCCC Charter School website! We hope it will be an inspiration to future students and a source of valuable information for the whole OCCC Charter School community. Check out our monthly calendar for upcoming events and keep an eye on our blog for a mix of school news, student success, encouragement, life lessons and humor. It’s going to be a great year!
The OCCC’s Adopt-A-Channel project has been selected as one of 3 projects to win the Project of the Year Award from The Corps Network.
The Corps Network is a direct descendant of the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps and provides national leadership and support to it’s 127 nationwide member corps.
Read more about the award and the Corps Network at the links above.
On Friday September 27th, 2013 we held our Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
The Daily Titan ran a nice news story about the ceremony.
Read the article here: http://www.dailytitan.com/2013/09/oc-conservation-corps-and-charter-school-opens-with-a-ribbon-cutting-ceremony/
A new Orange County program is trying to make our waterways and beaches cleaner and safer. Arti Nehru reports.