CAMP applications are reviewed as they are received. Any applications received after all spaces are filled will be placed on the waitlist.
Apply to CAMP
To begin the application process for CAMP:
- Complete the YVC Admission Application
- Complete the CAMP application
You can also mail your application to:
500 W. Main St.
Grandview, WA. 98930
- Complete the Employer Verification Form if needed: Contact YVC CAMP Recruiter for the form.
- Email a copy of the following documents to CAMP:
- High school or GED transcript (unofficial)
- Placement scores. Placement services are available.
- Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) completion confirmation with the expected family contribution (EFC)
- Contact the YVC CAMP Recruiter for more information and assistance on how to obtain a certificate of eligibility from the Migrant Education Program or Employer Verification.
A student is eligible for YVC CAMP by meeting one of the following requirements:
- You or your immediate family members have engaged in migrant seasonal farm work for at least 75 days within the last 24 months as a migrant seasonal farm worker in activity directly related to:
- Fish farms
- Livestock production
- Seasonal dairy
- The cultivation and/or harvesting of agricultural crops
- Tree cultivation and/or harvesting
- You have participated or been eligible to participate in the Title 1C Migrant Education Program (MEP)
- You or their parent/guardian as qualified for the Workforce Investment Act 167 Program (WIA 167)
- Graduated from high school with a diploma OR enrolled in a High School Equivalency Program (HEP) within the last 12 months and graduated with a GED
- Be a U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident
- Eligible to receive financial aid (FAFSA). Complete your FAFSA.
- First year student applicant at YVC. Apply to YVC.
CAMP’s goal is to increase access to higher education admissions and enrollment to students with migrant and seasonal farm worker backgrounds. Your commitment and agreement to participate in the program is an essential part towards achieving your educational and career goals. Each CAMP student is required to fulfill the following expectations while enrolled in the program.
- Meet with advisor at least 2 times per quarter
- Tutoring sessions
- Recommended workshops
- CAMP events and activities
- Student/faculty conference sessions and submit the form 3 times per quarter
- Maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average while completing 15 credits per quarter
Contact Retention Specialist before adding or dropping classes to discuss financial aid impacts.
The following services are available to CAMP students:
Our Recruiter conducts outreach throughout the south-central Washington region and provides support through the YVC and CAMP admissions process.
Academic and Career Advising
Our Retention Specialist supports you in your educational and career goals including transfer options through one-on-one advising sessions.
Student Training Stipend
CAMP students receive up to a $1,300 training stipend for participating in the program.
One-on-one tutoring is available to all CAMP students at no cost.
Access to Technology
Laptops, hotspots, and calculators are available for check out to all CAMP students at no cost.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Application Assistance
Assistance is provided to CAMP students in applying for financial aid and scholarships in order to continue pursuing their educational goals beyond the first year of study.
Textbook Loan: CAMP maintains a small library of textbooks for the benefit of our students. The textbooks are on loan to you and must be returned to CAMP by the last day of finals.
Including Others Such As:
- Internship/community service learning opportunities
- Academic workshops and seminars
- Leadership skill-building and development
- Cultural enrichment activities
- College success course enrollment