WELCOME TO CVOC

Central Valley Opportunity Center, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) employment training and service provider serving the California counties of Merced, Madera, and Stanislaus. CVOC is funded primarily through federal, state and local grants to serve farm worker and low-income populations.

Vision Statement

Our vision is that people in our communities have stable and secure futures.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide employment, skills training, education, and emergency services to improve the quality of life for farmworkers and underserved members in our communities.

Please click here for our Equal Opportunity Statement

Please Click Here to Download Our Policy and Procedures for Students with Disabilities

 

Temporary Jobs Program, GO TO WORK NOW!!

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Free Job Training Classes, Enroll Today!

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That’s right! All of CVOC’s classes and services are FREE to those who qualify for its programs. Qualifying students may also receive needed assistance while in class with books, transportation, vocational guidance, job placement and childcare. What are you waiting … Continue reading

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Continued Funding Is Still Available To Obtain Your GED

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Volunteer Board Members Wanted

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CVOC is currently seeking interested volunteers to serve on its Board of Directors. Applicants must reside or work in Merced, Madera or Stanislaus County and must be familiar with the needs and challenges faced by low-income populations. Experience in assisting low-income populations is desirable.

The CVOC Board of Directors is a group of volunteers who provide direction and support for CVOC’s public service mission. They meet ten times per year, usually in Winton, once in Madera and once in Modesto.

For more information or to request an application, please contact:

Liz Teixeira, Board Liaison                                                                                                              lteixeira@cvoc.org                                                                                                                                   209-357-0078

 

 

 

 

CVOC Mobile Site Schedule

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We at CVOC realize that, due to disability or transportation issues, not everyone can make it to one of our service centers. To that end, we employ the CVOC Mobile Unit to bring our services to sites throughout the community. … Continue reading

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