The Community Action Partnership of Riverside County (CAP Riverside) has been
CAP Riverside’s programs are designed to produce outcomes that result in changed lives. These programs provide the county’s low-income populations with a variety of support mechanisms as they move to self-sufficiency.
Project L.E.A.D (Linking Education, Advocacy, and Development)
Project L.E.A.D is a program that recruits, trains and deploys mentors/tutors to assist students enrolled in after-school programs at middle schools in the City of
The Pre-Apprenticeship Program is a workplace-mentoring program that matches high school juniors and seniors with small businesses throughout the county. The youth are provided an opportunity to learn marketable job skills while still attending high school. Youth receive a stipend for a maximum of 520 hours at the prevailing minimum wage and participate in a savings incentive plan. CAP Riverside matches dollar-for-dollar up to $100 saved by each youth after he/she successfully completes the program. The Employer/Mentor also provides matching funds up to $100 saved by the youth.
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