Peer Advisors are Hartnell students who provide EOPS/CARE students with information about Hartnell College resources, policies and program activities. They assist in the EOPS program with orientations, workshops, and setting counseling appointments.
Workshop Wednesdays consists of a series of workshops offered to our EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs students on Wednesday’s from 2-3pm. The workshop topics range from overcoming public speaking, overcoming math anxiety, scholarship applications, and stress management among others.
On Monday, September 24, 2018, Hartnell College Guardian Scholars and EOPS programs facilitated a visit to the Google and...
Berta Carbajal, EOPS/CARE Counselor
Dr. Nancy Reyes, CalWORKs Counselor
Mitzi Alexander, EOPS/CARE Counselor
Millicent Madrigal, EOPS/CARE Counselor
On Thursday, May 17, 2018, the 19th Annual EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs Student Recognition Ceremony Celebrated 185 EOPS, 22 CARE, 29 CalWORKs graduates. Family, friends, faculty and staff were invited to celebrate.
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On Friday, April 13, 2018, Students had an opportunity to visit UC Berkeley and CSU East Bay. During the visit to UC Berkeley students were welcomed by one of our very own Hartnell Alumnus, Ernesto Infante. Students had the VIP tour from...
On February 23, 2018, Dr. Willard Lewallen, Superintendent/President, had lunch with EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs employees and students. It was a great time for Dr. Lewallen to get to know us better and share important updates about Hartnell in an informal setting.
EOPS CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT The EOPS student club is currently looking for students to join. EOPS club members are actively engaged in Student Life activities on campus. If you are interested in being part of the EOPS student club, stop by the Office of Student Life located in Building C Student Center.
The Hartnell College Extended Opportunity Program (EOPS) and Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) Office provides support services to first generation, low income, under-represented college students; furthermore, the CARE program provides additional support services to EOPS single-parent students receiving public assistance and have at least one child under the age of 14. The EOPS/CARE staff advocates for students and is committed to helping them successfully achieve their educational goals.
STUDENT E-MAIL INSTRUCTIONS
EOPS/CARE program has gone GREEN and will communicate ALL information to our students via email, text messaging and online. Hartnell College has created a GMAIL account for every student on campus. All communication from the EOPS office will be sent to your student email. Go to hartnell.edu/email-instructions-students to learn how to access your student email account.
|Time Management||Jasmine Do & ESP Team||2-3 pm||B-110|
|February 20||Financial Aid/Cal Grants/Appeals||Monica Carrasco, Financial Aid Specialist||2-3 pm||B-110|
|February 27||Healthy Relationships/Safe Love||Nicole Irigoyen, Monterey County: Rape Crisis Center||
|March 6||Next Steps to CSU Transfer Workshop||EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs Counselors||2-3 pm||B-110|
|March 20||EOPS/CW Student Success Workshop (Progress Report Signed Off)||EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs Counselors||
|April 10||Financial Literacy||Socorro Bernal, United Way of Monterey County||2-3 pm||B-110|
|April 24||Pre-Priority Registration for Fall 2019 (Priority Registration is Thursday, April 25)||EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs Counselors||2-3 pm||B-110|
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: (831) 755-6860
Fax: (831) 759-6040
Location: Building B-130