Cal State LA continues an impressive rise as one of the nation’s top regional universities in the U.S. News & World Report 2020 Best Colleges rankings. Cal State LA ranks 31st among all private and public universities in the western…
A Wednesday night meeting in the Civic Center Library will review new U.S. policy on Public Charge as it relates to immigration and how it may impact students and green card holders.
Denise Jaramillo's job is several parts educator, many parts businesswoman but in the end it's all about the kids.
A $1.82 million grant from the California Department of Education will fund the new building, which will help provide a safe haven for homeless and at risk children.
The US Census Bureau estimates that roughly 7.5 million Californians live below the poverty line and an estimated 4.6 million struggle with food insecurity. While public schools may be free, new clothing and shoes for growing children, school supplies, snacks,…
Tiffany Aleman’s financial literacy formula means holding several jobs and getting scholarships.
Four years at UC Santa Cruz taught me a lot about weekend meals of bananas and granola bars, risky side hustles and being $31,000 in debt. My experience is not unique.
The "How Not to Be Broke" free workshop is this Saturday from 10am - 3pm at the Iona Work Spaces.
In addition to walking away with the feeling of empowerment, there will also be cash prizes, $200 textbook scholarship, and catered lunch. Special guest speaker Adele Andrade-Stadler, Mayor of Alhambra will open the event.
Event draws many struggling to avoid homelessness, while Mayor Adele Andrade-Stadler and Councilmember Ross Maza join the break out discussions.