Identity theft is when someone else uses your personal information—such as your name, Social Security number, or address—without your permission for an unlawful purpose. Continue Reading →
Author Archive | Gretchen Peterson-Fisher
If you have a Juvenile Court record, it is very important that you have it sealed. Continue Reading →
Another way you can learn about job openings and/or opportunities is by contacting your CSW or TC for current job updates.
A law, called AB 194, gives foster youth and former foster youth priority registration for classes at community colleges, CSUs, and some UCs. Continue Reading →
For admission to community college you must meet one of the following criteria: Continue Reading →
No. As long as you have or had an open case in the juvenile court (i.e. you are a foster youth) on your 13th birthday—even if you were adopted—you are considered a “ward of the court” and are deemed an “Independent Student.” Continue Reading →