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Project Change at Skyline College

Skyline College is a community college located in San Bruno, California with certificate and degree programs. Project Change serves all current and prospective (new) formerly incarcerated and system impacted students. For more information, please click the box below.

Gavilan College Higher Aspiration Program

Gavilan College's Higher Aspirations program seeks to support students affected by incarceration achieve their higher aspirations. Higher Aspirations program was designed for and together with students and staff affected by incarceration and is geared toward the successful entry and completion of Formerly Incarcerated adults.  The program links services and peer mentors to students with incarceration background. For more information, please click the box below. 

Restoring Our Community at Laney College

Restoring Our Communities (ROC) is an academic support program, by and for formerly incarcerated students at Laney College. ROC supports and equips formerly incarcerated* (FI)  students with the tools to be successful at Laney College and beyond. For more information, please click the box below, or by contacting them at (510)464-3411.

Bridging Roots at Los Medanos College

Los Medanos College (LMC) offers award-winning transfer and career-technical programs, stellar support services, and diverse learning opportunities in East Contra Costa County. LMC has two campuses with the main campus located in Pittsburg and the Brentwood Center. For more information, please click the box. 

City College of San Francisco

City College of San Francisco (CCSF) offers many resources and programs to assist with your educational path. For a list of their programs and resources, more information please click the box below.

Project Change at College of San Mateo

Project Change is a unique program providing comprehensive educational services and resources to serve students and the community. The program's strong network of support provides incarcerated youth and system-impacted individuals the opportunity for career and postsecondary attainment at the College of San Mateo. We are evolving to accept any and all individuals who are system-impacted.  For more information, please click the box below.

Contra Costa College

Contra Costa College (CCC) wants members of our community to improve career attainability through education.​ Our goal is to provide access and support to career education programs. CCC Career Education programs prepare you for careers in high-demand fields quickly. They combine technical, job-specific skills with core academics. For more information about the programs offered or to apply, please click the box below.

Restorative Integrative Self-Education 

RISE is a reentry program through Chabot College in Hayward to support current and prospective students who are formerly incarcerated or justice involved. They provide support with enrollment, transportation assistance, academic counseling, peer mentorship, and assistance with book purchase and supplies... and more. For more information, please clock the box below.