The San Diego Gateway to College and Career program provides young adults who identify as immigrant, refugee and/or English language learner (ELL) with high-touch and intensive support, stipends and paid internships.
This includes support services to remove barriers to success, such as:
- Increased academic counseling services
- Civic engagement opportunities
- Access to transportation
Participants may also receive occupational skills training that leads to industry-recognized certifications and credentials, job-readiness and on-the-job training, and job placement services to increase income and empower you to be self-sufficient.
Recognizing the strength of your diverse ethnicities and languages, students are also supported to achieve their language learning goals, no matter what language you speak.
Who It's For
- Ages 16-24
- Immigrant, refugee or English language learner
- Not currently enrolled in school
- Unemployed or underemployed
This program offers help:
- Deciding what career is right for me
- With starting school or a certificate program
- Finding a temporary job or internship
- Finding a long-term job
- Removing barriers to your success
How to Apply
To learn more and apply, contact Stephanie Lewis at email@example.com.