Get the support your organization needs

Pacific is proud to partner with numerous organizations by providing students with hands-on learning experiences that benefit our community. Our unique College Corps fellowship provides students with an excellent way to combine a college learning experience with meaningful community service in one of four focus areas:

  • K-12 Education
  • Climate Action
  • Food Insecurity
  • Community Health

Pacific will partner with local Stockton nonprofit organizations, governmental offices, schools, etc. who are ready to work with highly motivated and community-focused Pacific student fellows.

Each fellow can be expected to serve for one academic year (two semesters) for a total of 450 hours (approximately 15 hours weekly for 30 weeks).  The culmination of their service will be creating and delivering a group project of value to the community partner organization.


Current Community Partner Organizations

Aspire Public Schools
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Sacramento
City of Stockton
Emergency Food Bank of San Joaquin County
Family Resource Center
Goodwill Industries of San Joaquin Valley, Inc.
Improve Your Tomorrow
Inspire Me, Inc.
Lincoln USD
Little Manila Rising
Lodi Unified School District
Public Health Advocates
Raising Youth Resilience
St. Mary's Dining Room
Stockton Scholars
Stockton Service Corps
The Edible Schoolyard Project
Unbound Stockton Community School
United Way San Joaquin County
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