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Monterey Cadre

The Monterey Cadre is a new Leadership program for Monterey County young adults ages 18 to 24 designed to help them give back to their community.

Program Overview

The Monterey Cadre is a new Leadership program for Monterey County young adults ages 18 to 24 designed to help them give back to their community. Through its emphasis on responsible actions, leadership, and innovative thinking, the Monterey Cadre program lays the foundation for informed citizenship and develops the capacity to inspire and mobilize others.

When young adults learn to improve their communities, they also develop the ability to organize individuals into a team to pursue a goal. The program blends community service and service learning and teaches young adults to become innovative citizens through a transformative learning process. It helps them to think critically and learn how to apply their passion to life’s challenges and opportunities. Monterey Cadre program participants will focus on teamwork, leadership, and community-building.

Monterey Cadre Guidelines and Application

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Employers: (844) 932-4249

Job Seekers: (866) 666-9332

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Testimonials

Mr. Harold Dorsey shares his heartfelt story of personal journey from self-doubt to a strong sense of belonging. He spoke of the essential role his employer, the Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority, played in showing faith and trust in him, and shared that he began to believe in himself because of his employer’s support and confidence. Learn more...

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In an interview with Dennis Donohue, Director of the Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology, on the question of the future of the current workforce and technological changes in Agriculture, he stated, "In order to be successful, we are also going to need to involve our current workforce as we undergo this transition." Learn more...

Testimonials

A roundtable Hospitality discussion was held on December 5th, 2018, led by Jade Arn, the Director of Workforce and Economic Development for the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), and attended by Human Resources executives from some of the largest hotels and prestige properties along the Monterey Peninsula. Lean more...

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