College and Career Readiness
Aligning community programs, services, and resources to better prepare Oceanside’s students for college, career, and life with an emphasis on Latino young men.
All students graduate from high school college and career ready
All graduates enter a postsecondary program and pursue a college degree or industry-recognized credential or certificate
Provide Meaningful Career Exposure and Experiences to Students
Businesses and organizations throughout Oceanside are needed to provide a variety of career exposure experiences for the Latino Young Men Success Pilot and other students. If you’re interested in providing a meaningful internship (20 hrs per week for 6-8 weeks), an experienceship (job shadowing or other career-based experience), or sponsoring an intern ($3,000 per intern), contact us today!
Help Mentor Latino young men in Oceanside
The Oceanside Promise is actively seeking mentors and role models for the Latino Young Men Success Pilot. Our first priority is to recruit Latino males of all ages and from a variety of who are willing to share their personal life experiences and professional journeys as inspiration for the young men in the Pilot. If you’re interested in becoming a mentor / role model, complete our profile survey.