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Colleges in the Central Coast will provide a new program to help with students education

Tony Almanza / KEYT

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.- A kickoff event for the California College Corps Program was held at Cal Poly on Thursday.

The new program will help students pay for their education.

The students selected will have to complete hours of community service and can receive up to $10,000 for completing a year of service.

Some of the community service projects include K-12 education, climate action and food insecurity.

Students need to meet financial and other requirements to qualify for the program.

Students who are interested can apply now on the California College Corps website. This new program will begin in the fall semester.

Article Topic Follows: San Luis Obispo County

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