Newsom Unveils ‘Californians for All’ College Corps

Thousands of students in California will qualify for subsidized tuition under the new “Californians For All” program launched by the state on Tuesday

Gov. Gavin Newsom announced 45 colleges and universities are partnering with the state to help their students join the Californians For All College Corps. Beginning fall 2022, students can apply for one year of community service in the area of climate action, COVID-19 assistance, K-12 assistance, or food service work. With 450 hours of service, each student will receive $10,000 for tuition or student debt relief.

The program will benefit 6,500 college students over two academic years. It's all thanks to a $146 million investment to help students in higher education.

A complete list of the participating institutions is available here


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