• Fast-Track classes

    Fast-Track classes

    While most Spring classes have begun, there are a variety of classes that start throughout the semester.
  • Promise Exceeds Expectations

    Promise Exceeds Expectations

    The inugural year of the Rancho Cordova College Promise program is a success!
  • Social Justice Spring

    Social Justice Spring

    FLC presents diversity & equality activities this spring
  • Spring Blood Drive

    Spring Blood Drive

    It's almost time for the FLC Spring Blood Drive!
  • Spring Recess

    Spring Recess

    No classes held March 26 - April 1.
  • Patrons Luncheon

    Patrons Luncheon

    The El Dorado Center Patrons Club will hold 50th annual luncheon on April 26
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FLC CalWORKs Services


We are happy to connect you with Counselors who can assist you in planning your academic journey. 

Students will receive information on the county approved list of vocational programs available to them, as well as information on general education, graduation requirements, and transfer options can be covered in counseling sessions. 

CalWORKs Specialists are available to help you in some of the following ways:
  • Answering questions, you might have about FLC CalWORKs, entering our program, or negotiating the college enrollment process.
  • Information you have about your rights, responsibilities and requirements regarding county CalWORKs and FLC CalWORKs, 
  • Completing county documents such as textbook and enrollment verifications, and providing guidance calculating hours
  • Providing employment service opportunities such as job search, resume and cover letter writing, on and off campus work-study, etc.
  • Locating and referring students to appropriate services and resources both on and off campus.
  • Providing a point of contact and collaboration for county case workers and CalWORKs/ TANF recipients to facilitate successful program completion, lifelong self-sufficiency and empowerment.
Interested in working on campus or off campus to help meet your county requirements? 
FLC CalWORKs provides work-study opportunities for eligible students looking for employment. Income earned from these opportunities is exempted from cash aid or food stamp deductions. Once you are in the FLC CalWORKs program let your FLC CalWORKs Specialist know you are interested in finding out more.
FLC CalWORKs students are provided with an assortment of educational and transportation resources such as:
  • supply vouchers
  • general educational supplies
  • gas cards (per availability & funding)
Our collaborative relationships with the Department of Human Assistance in Sacramento County and the Department of Human Services in El Dorado County allow us to work as a team to ensure CalWORKs students are being served effectively as they successfully transition to the work-force.