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College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)

PURPOSE

Heartland CAMP provides intensive academic, social, and financial supports to help students from migrant farm-work backgrounds successfully complete their first year of college and continue in postsecondary education. Heartland CAMP serves students across three states and four colleges:

Heartland CAMP is currently accepting student applications for the 2018–19 academic year at all four partner institutions. Visit our eligibility and application pages for more information on eligibility and how to apply.

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Contact our Recruitment Coordinator, Debra LaHoda, to learn more about Heartland CAMP, schedule a recruitment presentation at your school/community, or receive application support.

Eligibility

Students who wish to apply to be a CAMP freshman scholar at one of our four participating institutions must meet each of the following five eligibility criteria:

  1. US citizenship or permanent residency
  2. Eligibility to participate, or previous participation, in a Migrant Education Program or the National Farmworkers Jobs Program; OR have spent, or at least one immediate family member has spent, a minimum of 75 days during the past 2 years in agriculture-related work
  3. Admission to a Heartland CAMP institution
  4. Enrollment as a full-time student with freshman status
  5. Commitment to participate in all required Heartland CAMP services and activities

Need clarification? Want more information?
Please contact Debra LaHoda
STUDENT SERVICES SPECIALIST (SINGLE PARENT)
Fort Omaha Campus, Building 10
Office Phone: 531-MCC-1215
dlahoda@mccneb.edu