As Summer vacation is starting, many children welcome a lot of free time. While spending the day binging a new show or playing video games may be tempting, it’s important to stay active.
This summer, UCLA will be partnering with Kern County to offer a free college-level course in Education via Zoom where Kern County students will be paired with a college mentor and receive college units.
On May 24th at 4:00 p.m., Community Action Partnership Kern (CAPK) will hold a book giveaway and a resource fair for the community.
In a press release, CAPK stated that Molina Foundation donated 28,000 books for the giveaway and they are aiming to encourage a love of reading for both children and adults.
California State University of Bakersfield (CSUB) and the Native & Indigenous Student Coalition planned events for this year’s National Week of Action to spread awareness regarding the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW), which often includes young girls and two-spirit individuals.
For the first time in Bakersfield’s history, Virtual Enterprise has put the region on the map for being the best in the nation and winning the top three spots.
A heart for community and education is exactly what Raji Brar will be bringing to the California State University Board of Trustees.