One-Stop Career Center
La Escuelita Family Resource Center has been serving families of the Inland Empire for over 10 years. All of its services and workshops are free and available to all adults, young and older, in the greater San Bernardino community.
In-Depth Learning About the Health Professions
The Summer Gateway Program is for high school junior and senior minority students. It provides them with a two-week experience in the health professions, with college preparation skills and service opportunities. There are opportunities to shadow the third week by invitation.
A Soccer League for the Whole Family
The Goal 4 Health Soccer League is a Christian league for community kids ages 3-12 and women 13+, with a focus on health for the whole family. Its season runs from the last week in March through the first week of June each year. Kids and parents are invited to be involved with our Healthy Living Activities program during the season.
An Introduction to the Health Professions
My Campus holds quarterly events on Loma Linda University's campus for minority high school students to be introduced to the health professions. Students connect with university student mentors, enjoy hands-on experiences and are inspired by speakers.
The Healthy Neighborhood Project consists of several different programs, including La Escuelita, aimed at addressing the health, educational, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the San Bernardino community.