- Academic advising and career counseling
- CAMP summer bridge program
- College orientation
- Math tutoring
- Quarterly scholarships
- Financial assistance
- Cultural events
- College visits
- And so much more!
You are a good match for CAMP if you have:
- US citizenship or permanent residency
- A High school diploma or GED
- Less than 20 college level credits (including Running Start credits) and are entering your first quarter of college
- Enrolled at CBC for a minimum of 15 credits
- An intent to pursue a bachelor’s degree following your transfer degree with CBC
- Placed into at least one of the following levels: Math 60, Reading 99 or English 98
- Participated in a Migrant Education Program previously OR
- Been a seasonal farmworker or a dependent of a seasonal farmworker OR
- Participated in or been eligible for Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Section 167
A seasonal farmworker is a person who during the preceding 24 months has worked an aggregate of 75 or more days or parts of days in which some work was performed in farm work, earned at least half of his/her income from farm work and was not employed in farm work year round by the same employer.
A migrant farmworker is a seasonal farmworker who had to travel to do the farm work so that he/she was unable to return to his/her permanent residence within the same date.
WIA Section 167 is a national customer-centered, goal-oriented farmworker program that guides participants through a holistic case management system (e.g. JTPA 402 Program, High School Equivalency Program [HEP]).
1. Apply to CBC.
2. Complete the online CAMP application or download the CAMP application and submit as soon as possible. Include Verification of Migrant Certificate of Eligibility, Employer Verification Form and two Recommendation Forms.
3. Complete the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) before January 1.
4. Submit Financial Aid Confirmation page to CAMP.
5. Optional: Complete the CBC Foundation Scholarship Application by February 21.
Meet the CAMP team!
CAMP receives $2.1 million over a five-year grant cycle and is funded at 100 percent by the U.S. Department of Education. The grant is administered through Student Services at CBC.