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Fresh Success

Fresh Success is a statewide initiative designed to help CalFresh (SNAP) recipients advance toward their Employment and Training goals. At Norco College, Fresh Success operates through Basic Needs and Wellness. The program offers participants a wide range of academic, personal and career support services along with essential material resources.

Fresh Success will provide valuable Career Education Services to help students achieve their career goals through developing work experience through on-and off-campus employment opportunities; connecting with employers in the community; and providing employability preparation through individualized services, workshops, and customizable events.

In addition to the for-credit programs, Norco College has The Extended Learning program which are noncredit, tuition-free courses and are eligible for Fresh Success participants. If you are looking to gain professional development, grow your business, or learn foundational skills to enter a for-credit career education program, Extended Learning programs provide a pathway to success!

Get started on your career goals today at Norco College!


Eligibility Requirements

  • Receiving CalFresh/SNAP Benefits
  • Enrolled in an Approved Education Program
  • Participation in Case Management
  • Continuous Enrollment


Participaant Benefits

  • Career Education
  • Resources for textbooks, course materials and fees
  • Employability skills
  • Supportive Educational Services
  • Paid Short-term Internships
  • Transportation Assistance & Parking Fee Reimbursement
  • Support for Emergency Expenses
  • Housing& Utility assistance, Internet/Wi-Fi Allowance for Online Courses, and more.

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Fresh Success is located in the Basic Needs & Wellness Resource Center

Fresh Success Program Application QR Code
Science & Technology Building
ST 107
(951) 738-7250


Fresh Success is a partnership between Norco College, CalFresh, the County of Riverside
Department of Social Services and the Foundation for California Community Colleges.