Central Valley Opportunity Center
"HELPING PEOPLE ••• CHANGING LIVES"
Jorge De Nava Jr., Executive Director
Welcome to the refreshed website for Central Valley Opportunity Center (CVOC) where our focus is Helping People…Changing Lives. I am excited to be the Executive Director at Central Valley Opportunity Center. Each time I walk the halls of our offices and classrooms, I am reminded that CVOC is a uniquely caring, welcoming place for our students and clients to grow and learn.
I am inspired by what I see on a daily basis and I’m proud to be a part of the CVOC team. As one of our stakeholders and visitors to our website, you obviously feel the same.
I’ve learned a great deal over the years and my promise to our staff, the community we serve and to those that support CVOC is that I will continue to grow, reflect and adapt as long as I serve in this role. I expect and hope to always be challenged and to continue to be well prepared to lead our organization into the future. I appreciate all of the support and guidance I have received and continue to receive from our Board of Directors, our amazing staff, and our funding sources that support us and allow us to advocate for our community.
There is much more that I am excited about as we work our way through another year of “Helping People…Changing Lives”. In closing, I’d like to thank you for choosing to learn about CVOC, the services that we provide and for visiting our website. Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter!
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PROSPECTIVE BOARD MEMBERS
CVOC is currently seeking interested volunteers to serve on its Board of Directors. Applicants must reside or work in Merced, Madera or Stanislaus Counties and must be familiar with the needs and challenges faced by migrant and seasonal farmworkers, as well as low-income populations in CVOC's service area. 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 mission and vision. They meet ten times per year, usually in Merced County and occasionally in Madera and Stanislaus counties. The CVOC Board of Directors is made up of 12 volunteers representing the public, private, and low-income sectors of Madera, Merced, and Stanislaus Counties.
For more information please contact:
Jorge De Nava, Executive Director