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  A PLACE TO FIND COMMUNITY.   

  A PLACE TO SERVE COMMUNITY. 

 

Who are we?

Vallejo Project is a community service center designed to improve student outcomes by connecting youth to multi-generational enrichment and development opportunities in the trades, art, wellness and culture.

Vision:

Empowered youth- engaged in service- realizing their potential. 

 

Mission Statement: 

Vallejo Project ‘s mission is to empower youth to realize their fullest potential by connecting them to enrichment and development opportunities in the trades, art, wellness and culture.  

 

Our Approach: 

Our approach is to engage citizens, of all ages, to volunteer their time and talents in service of our youth through multi-generational educational activities.  We bring together a passionate team of diverse educators, artists, and community advocates to offer weekly workshops and live webinars.  

We offer leadership and professional training through post secondary education opportunities for youth ages 18-20 in a variety of fields.  In our programs, youth engage with local and international communities. We offer intensive training programs in filmmaking, web design, communication, project management and business development.

Values :

Wellness

Arts

Trade

Culture 

We have programs and activities to maintain health and wellness

Health and Wellness

Education

We are committed to being life long learners

Service Leadership

The activities of Vallejo Project include educating the Vallejo communities around wellness, arts, trades and culture. To provide access, resources and activities to enrich the minds and abilities of community members, both young and old. To build up the communities in the purpose of supporting the institution of family in the economically depressed areas around Vallejo. To celebrate the various cultures in a united front around the common disparities in education, housing, and lack of resources.

Volunteer

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COMMUNITY

To get connected for volunteering in our programs, email info@vallejoproject.org.

We would love to meet the following gift and volunteer goals this year to best support our students.
10 volunteer tutors across all programs.
25 numbers for all college students to be “adopted” with support throughout the year.
100 bikes donated to continue to serve our community through the Bike Shop. 

 

FORUM | EVENTS

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COMMUNITY

To get connected for volunteering in our programs, email info@vallejoproject.org.

We would love to meet the following gift and volunteer goals this year to best support our students.
10 volunteer tutors across all programs.
25 numbers for all college students to be “adopted” with support throughout the year.
30 bikes donated to continue to serve our community through the Bike Shop. 

 

FORUM | EVENTS

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2635 Napa St., #1361 Vallejo, CA 94590