Mission: To help preserve and improve the education of students under the jurisdiction of the san joaquin county office of education.
Programs: Outdoor education-san joaquin county outdoor education program is a five-day, four night experience for fifth- and sixth-grade students from the county's public, private, and parochial schools. During the course of a school year, it accommodates more than 4,000 campers and 700 visiting teachers and high school cabin leaders. Each year the foundation holds an outdoor ed raffle to raise money for schools to help offset the costs to students to attend.
general scholarships/grants-the foundation receives a myriad of donations from various sources and issues scholarships or grants out to students in a multitude of categories. Those include, supporting alternative education and migrant education students who chose to attend college, youthbuild students who attend national conferences, sponsoring tables at community events, awards for students participating in student events such as the spelling bee or science fair.
mother lode job training (mljt) provides support for a construction-related office administration assistant program through participant recruitment, participation, and case management. This is a training program to prepare participants to be job-ready in office administration assistant related positions.