Check Out CLP’s New Website!


Media Contact:
Andy Briseño
Communications Associate, Community Learning Partnership (CLP)
Phone: (510)-629-9461 

Today, the Community Learning Partnership (CLP) & California Youth Leadership Corps (CYLC) launched their new website. This new and dynamic website lifts up the voices and outstanding work of students in local communities. CLP has spent an extensive amount of time and care to bring this new website to life and is thrilled by the site’s new look and feel.  

CLP’s new website helps to support the expansion of CLP/CYLC’s network of community change career pathways across California and the nation. It will help to strengthen partnerships with and among local and statewide partners, public two-year and four-year institutions, students, faculty, community organizers and leaders, nonprofits, social justice and grassroots organizations, and alumni. The new website also provides increased support to new learn-and earn career pathway programs.  

“CLP/CYLC’s community change learn-and-earn career pathway programs are more important than ever. These educational and workforce development pathways are critical to fostering a healthy and inclusive democracy and to empowering historically marginalized communities. Our new website centers our students and will better support our programs and partners in advancing their invaluable work of preparing young leaders to become change agents and transformational leaders in their local communities.”   – Rosa M. García, Ed.D., Executive Director of CLP & CYLC

“We are grateful to all who have contributed to our growth as an organization and are excited to share this new website with you. CLP works to strengthen the skills, competencies and effectiveness of community-change activists and leaders from and for low income communities, communities of color, and immigrant communities. CLP’s work is transforming community colleges and other public educational institutions to be catalysts of community change. This new website helps us to advance our mission in new and innovative ways.” – Denise Fairchild, PhD., Co-Chair, CLP board