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Out of School Youth Services



The Migrant Out-of-School Youth Program is designed to identify and recruit OSY, high school-aged children not enrolled in school.
In addition, the Migrant Education Program will determine instructional and support services that will help improve the quality of life
of  Migrant Out of School Youth.
The goal of the Migrant Out of School Youth Program is to ensure that all OSY have access to appropriate services based on identified needs.  By conducting a needs assessment, the OSY Program can help determine services based on individual needs and provide a variety of services and opportunities for Migrant OSY on a regional basis to encourage and assist them in achieving their full potential.


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Additional Assistance

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Community Resources
Salinas Education Center
  • English as a Second Language
  • High School Diploma
  • High School Equivalency       (Includes HiSET voucher)
  • Parent Center Voucher
  • Tutoring for HSD / HSE

Regional Occupation Program (ROP)
  • Career training assistance

Hartnell HEP
  • Dual Immersion
  • Registration assistance
Mental Health Counseling 
(via Monterey County Behavioral Health)
Books, including:
  • Study guides
  • Self-care texts
  • Literature
Emergency baby supplies
Through our program or outside sources   
Dental and Vision Screening 
(No Insurance Only)
Public transportation

MediCal enrollment
Covered California
Dress for success
Job interview attire
School supplies
Health Clinics

Financial Assistance
Legal Assistance
Career Centers
Food Bank


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Rick Maravilla
Out of School Youth Advocate
El Sausal Middle School
(831) 796-7060 ext. 8153
1155 E. Alisal St. Room H4
Salinas, CA 93905  
Salinas Education Center
(831) 796-6900 ext. 1342 
20 Sherwood Place
Salinas, CA 93906
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