FIELD’S MISSION IS TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROSPERITY
IN RURAL COMMUNITIES FOR LATINOS, WORKING PEOPLE, AND THEIR FAMILIES.
We provide basic education and skills upgrade training to immigrants, farm workers, & low-skilled workers
in rural communities to give them the confidence to realize their dreams.
Farmworker Institute of Education
& Leadership Development
EPIC de Cesar Chavez receives Western Association of School & Colleges (WASC) accreditation!
View the February 21, 2018 KSACC- Notice for Public Hearing by clicking here.
View the Public Hearing Notice for EPIC de Cesar Chavez's 2015-2016 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) by clicking here.
View the 2015-2016 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for EPIC de Cesar Chavez by clicking here.
View EPIC de Cesar Chavez's 3 year Budget projections by clicking here.
FIELD is renovating its Shafter Learning Center! This renovation is a prevailing wage project. View the proposed renovation project by clicking here.
FIELD IMPROVES RURAL SOCIAL & ECONOMIC PROSPERITY
Recent immigrant farm workers have an average of 6th grade education with illiteracy rates as high as 21%.
FIELD's Conservation Corps, our newest program, partners with Tejon Ranch Conservancy for valley community public access. FIELD's high school students participate in the first tour of 2012.
EPIC de Cesar Chavez will be holding a public hearing to review the
LCAP and 2017-18 proposed budget on June 24, 2017 at 10:00 AM
At the University of La Verne
1201 24th street Suite D200, Bakersfield, CA 93301
The public is welcome to attend.
EPIC de Cesar Chavez will be holding its 2016-17 high school graduation ceremonies in June, 2017.