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The U.S. Census Bureau is ramping up its national recruiting efforts to hire part-time census takers for the 2020 Census.
The Kern Education Justice Collaborative is holding a Community Forum this month to inform the community on how to achieve a more equitable education system in Kern County.
Registration is open for the 20th Annual Kern County Teacher Recruitment Fair.
Sponsored by the Kern County Superintendent of Schools Office, the event is the county’s largest gathering of school district recruiters in one location.
With the new year, California has expand health care coverage to young undocumented adults through California’s Medicaid program Medi-Cal.
The Community Action Partnership of Kern is looking for representatives to join its Board of Directors, specifically under the private sector and low-income sector for the South Kern services area.
The Kern County Homeless Collaborative is looking for volunteers to help conduct the annual countywide Point-In-Time Count.
A new bill that would give legal status to thousands of undocumented farm workers passed in the House of Representatives Dec.
By Louis Medina
(This article was originally published in the December 2019 issue of Kern County Family Magazine)
The Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke shows us how a census can alter the course of world events.
Senator Melissa Hurtado and Kern County Supervisor David Couch are holding holiday drives this month to address child food insecurity in the southern Central Valley.
Youth Empowering Success at Bakersfield College to host first social justice conference, featuring NFL players
National Football League players Demairo Davis and Josh Norman will advocate for social justice at the first Dear America, a Social Justice Conversation conference, held at Bakersfield College.