Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes,
in partnership with Corona- Norco Unified School District
and local community organizations

invites you to attend a

Corona-Norco Community Free Health Screening Day

Saturday, March 10, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. / Corona High School, 1150 W. 10th St.

Come learn about state resources available to you and your family. Receive health screenings* from medical specialists, and learn tips to stay healthy!

Screenings and Services:
Blood Pressure/ Cholesterol
Refurbished Eye Glasses
PSA (qualifying men)
Pap Smear (qualifying women)
Specialists In:
Children's Health
Internal Medicine
Women's Health
Social Services
And More…


*Screenings will be held on a first come, first served basis.
For more information, please call (951) 371-6860

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Higher education means greater opportunity—the knowledge and skills you gain through education, as well as career and technical training, can be used for the rest of your life.

Finding ways to pay for college can be intimidating, but the state of California is here to help. The Cal Grant and Middle Class Scholarship are two state programs to help California students and their families.

Cal Grant is a need-based state financial aid program and has been a big part of making college affordable for many California families. Qualified students can receive up to $12,240 in funding to attend almost any college in California. Awards vary depending on economic need, grades, and the college you attend.

The Middle Class Scholarship Act is a new program for students who do not qualify for Cal Grants but are still priced out of college. It offers sliding-scale discounts of up to 40 percent for families who earn $150,000 or less and don’t qualify for Cal Grants, which support lower-income students.

High schools throughout the 60th Assembly District are hosting Cash for College Workshops where parents and students can receive assistance with filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the CA Dream Act Application. Completing the FAFSA allows qualified students to be considered for the greatest amount of financial aid from federal, state and college sources — and it’s free to fill out.

Complete a Free Application for FAFSA by March 2nd at the California Student Aid Commission’s website

For more information, or assistance with your application, I encourage you and your family to attend any one of the following workshops:

Steps to getting financial aidThursday, January 11

Arlington High School

2951 Jackson St., Riverside 

5:30 p.m.

Tuesday, January 23

Educational Options Center

6401 Lincoln Ave., Riverside 

5 p.m.

Saturday, February 3

Arlington High School

2951 Jackson St., Riverside 

9 a.m.

Wednesday, February 7

Hillcrest High School 
11800 Indiana Ave., Riverside

5 p.m.

Rubidoux High School
4250 Opal St., Jurupa Valley

2:15 p.m.

Thursday, February 8

Eleanor Roosevelt High School
7447 Scholar Way, Eastvale 

6 p.m.

Thursday, February 22

Eleanor Roosevelt High School
7447 Scholar Way, Eastvale 

6 p.m.

Wednesday, February 28

La Sierra High School
4145 La Sierra Ave., Riverside 

4 p.m.

Don’t delay—the deadline is March 2!

Pathways to Employment: Identifying the Nexus between Education, Career Readiness, and Workforce Development

You are invited to join Assemblymembers Sabrina Cervantes and Autumn Burke at an informational hearing of the Assembly Select Committee on Career Technical Education and Building a 21st Century Workforce. The hearing will focus on Pathways to Employment: Identifying the Nexus between Education, Career Readiness, and Workforce Development.

Studies show California will face a shortage of skilled workers by 2025, leaving an estimated 1 million jobs vacant. During the informational hearing on Feb. 9, we will bridge the gap between employers and our workforce to build pathways within California’s evolving economy. This hearing will provide insight from our business, education, and economic development communities on the work being done to address this pertinent issue. There will be an opportunity for public comment at the conclusion of the hearing.

Norco College
2001 Third Street
Center for Student Success (CSS) Room 217

Friday, Feb. 9
2 to 3:30 p.m.

For more information or to confirm your attendance, please contact my District Office at (951) 371-6860.

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Come enjoy a cup of coffee, maybe a pastry (or two) and bring any questions you have regarding state and legislative issues that affect the community.

Saturday, Feb. 3

Jurupa Community Center
4810 Pedley Rd.
Jurupa Valley
8:30 – 10 a.m.

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Arlington Library
9556 Magnolia Ave.
10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.

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For more information, please call my District Office at (951) 371-6860.


Please join us for a Science & Engineering Fair Expo brought to you by the Eastvale STEM Academy at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Ramirez Intermediate School and River Heights Intermediate School. Come see student projects presented and showcased, hands-on science activities for all ages, and community vendors. Be sure to stop by my office's resource table to discuss legislation and local issues of interest.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

4PM - 7 PM

Eastvale Community Center

13820 Schleisman Rd.,

Eastvale, CA

Students and families of all ages are welcome to attend. I hope to see you there!