Resource Fair

New opportunities for students to connect and engage

A collage of different photos of outreach and resource events

Thank you, NOCE students, for attending Power Up 2023

We thank each of you for your enthusiasm! Due to the overwhelming response for our phone and tablet resource provided by Outreach Programs of America, application processing times will take 2 to 4 weeks. We thank you for your patience.

NOCE will contact students with approved applications with a date and time to pick up their devices. NOCE students who require additional information for applications submitted will be notified. 

Thank you, and stay tuned for our next Power Up event!

Community Resource Information and Details:

  • CalAssist

    CalAssist LogoCalAssist’s mission is to identify, inform, and refer Californians to community support services that can change their lives.


    Sound too good to be true? It’s not.

    You may qualify for numerous benefits through your health plan and community partners in your area. We want to connect you and your family to the ones that are right for you.

    Visit the CalAssist website!



    NOCE with CalAssist English flier for 12-week program of no-cost medically tailored meals


    Spanish version of flier & Vietnamese version of flier available.

  • CalFresh

    CalFresh LogoApply for CalFresh on Campus

    What is CalFresh?

    CalFresh is California’s nutrition benefit program that can help you stay focused where it counts — school. If you’re a student accessing your school’s food pantry, this won’t affect your eligibility for CalFresh.

    Did you know?

    You can receive up to $250 every month to buy food.

    How can I apply?

    The County of Orange Social Services Agency will be on campus to assist you with applying for CalFresh and other public benefits services.

    Not sure if you qualify?

    Whether you live on your own or with roommates, you might qualify. Stretch your budget and food dollars by enrolling in CalFresh.

    Where & When

    Anaheim Campus – Near the main entrance.

    1830 W. Romneya Drive
    Anaheim, CA 92801

    Time: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

    What to bring – Proof of income, address, and identification is required

    Additional verifications required will depend on each applicant’s circumstances. Have questions? E-mail:

    To learn more about other benefits, such as Medi-Cal and CalWORKs, visit the County of Orange Social Services Agency website.

  • CalOptima Health

    CalOptima Logo

    CalOptima Provides Assistance with Three Major Programs:

    Better. Together.

    “Better. Together” is our motto, but it is also our philosophy. We believe that by working together, we can make things better — for our members and the community. Our mission is to provide members access to quality healthcare services delivered cost-effectively and compassionately.


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    Medi-Cal (California’s Medicaid Program) For low-income families with children, seniors, persons with disabilities, foster care children, pregnant women, and low-income people with specific diseases.


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    OneCare (HMO SNP) A Medicare Advantage Special Needs Plan for low-income seniors and people with disabilities who qualify for both Medicare and Medi-Cal. Benefits are covered in one single plan, making it easier to get health care.


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    Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) A community-based Medicare and Medi-Cal program that provides coordinated and integrated health care services to frail elders to help them continue living independently in the community. PACE provides all the acute and long-term care services covered by Medicare and Medi-Cal.

  • Diaper Bank – Community Action Partnership of Orange County

    Community Action Partnership OC

    CAP OC Diaper Bank

    You can find a list of partners who are currently offering diapers to the public. Please contact each partner for their details and restrictions.

  • Laptops

    Want to check out a laptop? Our Student Technology Support Services can help you.

    Reservations are required and must be made one day prior at

    When you pick up your laptops, students should: Bring the confirmation number listed in the reservation e-mail.

  • Legal Aid

    2022/23 Legal aid clinic flyerThanks to NOCE’s partnership with the US Immigration Law Group, we will be offering free legal clinic appointments to students. The appointments will be 30 minutes and students will meet with the lawyers remotely (by phone). In addition to the US Immigration Law Group, students also have access to CHIRLA legal services.

    30-minute phone appointments are available for NOCE students.

    Appointments will be held on the second and fourth Wednesday and Thursday of each month. To book an appointment, contact: Monica Revelo-Torres at 714.808.4685 or

    If you would like to learn more about the services or request an appointment, contact us today at  

    For more information on the dates and times, please visit the Grads to be Resource page.

  • Outreach Program Services of America

    Outreach Program Services of America Logo

    Empowering Communities

    Outreach Program Services Of America

    Government Assistance Programs at Your Fingertips…

    • Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP)
    • Affordable Care Act (ACA)
    • Lifeline
    • Free Covid Testing (CARES Act)
    • Water Conservation (SoCal Water Smart)

    Explore our services and discover how we can assist you today.

  • Project Food Box

    Project Food Box Logo

    Project FoodBox sources, packages, and distributes boxes of fresh produce directly from farmers to communities in need.

    We deliver these nutritious and healthy foods through mission-aligned partners, including food banks, faith-based organizations, and most recently- health networks! Project Food Box was born out of our participation in the USDA’s “Farmers to Families” program which launched in 2020 to offset food insecurity caused by the pandemic. Our mission is to enhance this successful program and continue building an equitable food system for our most vulnerable populations.

    Medically-Tailored Grocery Boxes

    You may be eligible for a FREE grocery box delivery if you are a Medi-Cal Member.

    Enroll Today!

    For more information and details, visit the Project Food Box website.


NOCE Resources attending:

Counseling at the ARISE lab

Academics, Relationships, Independence, Self-advocacy, Emotional-health (ARISE). A lab for educational support and wellness.

A photo of a Career Resource Center instructor helping a student create their linkedin account
Career Services⟶

At NOCE, you will get resources and strategies to launch your career. Join our career readiness and skills workshops.

A student using a screwdriver to secure a light switch.
Career Technical Education⟶

Ready to take your job to the next level? Earn a certificate in our tuition-free Career Education Program.

A photo of a NOCE counselor helping a student at a counseling appointment
Academic Counseling⟶

Define your education plan. Get academic counseling. Make an easier transition to college. NOCE Counselors are here to help!

DSS student recieving their certificate at the NOCE Student Success and Scholarship event
Disability Support Services⟶

DSS provides support to adult students with disabilities so they can transition to, participate in, and complete their education.

A 2019 ESL class.
English as a Second Language⟶

At NOCE, we offer free English as a second language (ESL) classes for adults.

The Grads to Be program logo
Grads To Be⟶

The Grads to Be Program is focused on supporting Undocumented, AB540, and DACA students by providing resources and services geared towards supporting their academic journey and well-being.

High school diploma student reading his textbook and taking notes
High School Diploma Programs⟶

The NOCE High School Diploma Program helps adults obtain their High School Diploma or equivalent by providing academic support and convenient classes for students.

LEAP classes and activities.
Personal Enrichment⟶

The Lifeskills Education Advancement Program offers classes for personal enrichment. Want to learn a new business skill, get fit, or tap into your creative side? LEAP has the class for you!

Anacany Torres and Rosemary Rangel posing at the NOCE table during an outreach event.
Rising Scholars Program ⟶

The Rising Scholars Program at North Orange Continuing Education (NOCE) is to support our formerly incarcerated and justice-impacted students through education.

2023 NOCE Students Leaders at Graduation
Student Leadership⟶

The Student Leadership Program was created to develop leaders to be involved in their school. NOCE values student input to provide insight into serving their educational needs.