Become a Volunteer or Workshop Organizer
With the support of volunteers and organizers like you, L.A. Cash for College is able to serve local area students through virtual and in-person financial aid and college-readiness workshops year round.
Volunteer for a Financial Aid Completion Workshop
Between October and June, L.A. Cash for College helps to coordinate FREE financial aid completion workshops throughout the Los Angeles area as part of a statewide campaign to increase awareness of and access to student financial aid programs. These workshops help students navigate financial aid application forms so that they can obtain the financial support needed to pursue their college dreams. Volunteers are needed to support workshop organizers and attendees (student applicants and their guardians). Volunteer roles vary from general volunteers to forms assistance to presenters.
Host a Workshop
L.A. Cash for College partners with schools and organizations to host Financial Aid Completion Workshops throughout the financial aid application season. By becoming a workshop organizer, you can help us ensure low-income, first-generation, college-bound students are receiving the support they need to apply for all possible financial aid.
Volunteer for our Virtual Programming
L.A. Cash for College is hosting a free series of financial aid, college prep and career workshops open to students, families and community members throughout Los Angeles County. These virtual events are geared toward high school students and first-year, first-generation college students who need more guidance on navigating the college process or parents and caregivers looking to create a college-going environment at home. Volunteer opportunities are available for workshops throughout the school year, including sharing your expertise as a workshop presenter or college exhibitor.
For College Access Professionals & School Faculty
Are You Up to Date on the Changes Impacting Financial Aid This Year?
The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) is hosting free workshops for high school counselors, student advocates, outreach specialists and other community education partners to receive relevant financial aid training they can use to support their students.