Questions that Porterville College students often ask... and the answers.
The objectives of the program are to provide direct categorical services to migrant children, which match or exceed performance standards prescribed in the California Master Plan, and to increase the number of professional educators who are specifically trained, experienced and committed to working with migrant children.
You must complete an application and participate in an interview. To begin the process or to find out more about the program, stop by the Mini Corp office in AC-126, or call 559.791.2300.
The office hours vary depending on the term, so please call 559.791.2300 if you would like to meet with someone to discuss your interest or qualifications for the program.