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Folsom Lake College CalWORKs

What is CalWORKs?

  • CalWORKs (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) is a state funded Welfare-to-Work program designed to help individuals become self-sufficient.

What is FLC CalWORKs? 

  • Folsom Lake College's CalWORKs program provides support and services to assist students who are currently state CalWORKs recipients, or who are in transition off of CalWORKs to achieve long-term self-sufficiency.  
  • Provide counseling, advocacy and educational support services to eligible participants to ensure that they are completing adequate progress towards their county-approved education goal. 
  • Assume a point of contact and coordination between the student and their county case worker to ensure compliance and success.

Department Mission Statement:

Our mission is to support our students' successful negotiation of their pathway to life-long self-sufficiency through education, equity and empowerment.

Department Student Learning Outcomes:

As a result of participating in a FLC-CalWORKs Orientation session, the student will be able to articulate their current academic goals at FLC with confidence.  As a result of participating in a FLC-CalWORKs advising session (post Orientation), the student will be able to articulate their career goals and the steps necessary to achieve at FLC with confidence.