The first thing every potential FLC CalWORKs student should do is contact their local FLC CalWORKs office at FLC-Main, EDC & RCC to ascertain what FLC enrollment steps and paperwork needs to be completed, before they can move forward with a FLC CalWORKs Program Intake.
Step 1 - Complete FLC CalWORKs Program Paperwork
2015-2016 FLC CalWORKs Application
Fall 2015 FLC CalWORKs TANF/Verification Form
(your worker must sign and stamp in the same month for which services and support are requested - no services can be provided without this document)
Step 2 - CalWORKs Student Educational Plan Required:
Once you have completed the required program paperwork, please stop by the CalWORKs offices at FLC and RCC or the Student Services Reception area at EDC to schedule a 30 minute counseling appointment with a college counselor to create a one-semester CalWORKs specific Integrated Student Educational Plan that will meet your counties requirements (a full educational plan will be created during your semester counselor contact).
Please make sure you let the staff person know that you would like to have a Integrated CalWORKs Student Educational Plan created so your and the counselor's time are effectively spent.
Register in at least one eligible class from your current student educational plan.
Step 3 - FLC CalWORKs Intake Required:
Once you have completed all the necessary steps above:
FLC CalWORKs program paperwork,
CalWORKs Integrated Student Educational Plan and
Registration and enrollment in classes for the current semester,
Contact your local FLC CalWORKs office at FLC-Main, EDC or RCC to meet with a FLC CalWORKs representative for your program Intake, during which they will review your documents and eligibility, will note your assessment results and their meaning, discuss your academic schedule and county requirements, provide you with program orientation information and answer any questions you might have about the services, support, advocacy and coordination our program can offer you on your pathway to success, lifelong self-sufficiency and empowerment.
Welfare to Work Plan
Financial Aid Award Information (Student Aid Report)
Previous College Transcripts
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