A student is considered "migrant" if the parent or guardian is a migratory worker in the agricultural, dairy, lumber or fishing industries, and/or if the family has moved during the past three years.
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
CAMP is a federally funded* program designed to help students from migrant/seasonal farmworking backgrounds during their first year of college. It provides academic and financial support services to empower students so they have a strong foundation to build upon as they work toward a bachelor's degree.
CAMP collaborates with college instructors, student services and community-based organizations to improve educational opportunities for students.
The 2014 VIP Orientation will feature Ernesto Mejia from CoolSpeak and an update from CAMP alumnus Alberto Aramburo, who was selected to work as a summer intern in Washington, D.C.
CAMP Orientation (required for new students)
Lincoln Park, Wenatchee
City Bus Tour
Community Resource Fair
Brewster High School
WVC 75th Community Celebration*
Sebastien de la Cruz/Mariachi Huenachi*
* First- and second-year CAMP students are invited to participate unless otherwise specified.