About the Farmworker Career Development Program
Offering migrant and seasonal farm workers the opportunity to strengthen their ability to achieve economic self-sufficiency through their participation in educational, skills training and supportive services. After completion of training, program participants are then able to obtain year-round unsubsidized employment and as a result are able to make positive changes in their lives.
Those individuals who have, during any consecutive 12-month period preceding their application for enrollment, been a migrant or seasonal farm worker, or the dependent of a farm worker.
Be a U.S. Citizen or Non-Citizen.
Males born after December 31, 1959, and who are between the ages of 18-26 must be registered with Selective Services.
Earned at least 50% of his/her their total earned income from farm work or been employed at least 50% of their total time in farm work; and
Been employed at least 25 days in farm work and earn at least $800 a year in farm work.
Program brochure (English)
Program brochure (Spanish)