Soboba and MSJC work on future jobs

Amy Campbell, director of non-credit programs at Mt. San Jacinto College, answers questions after a career workshop was held at the Soboba reservation, Feb. 6. Valley News/Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians photo
Career development has long been an important part of Mt. San Jacinto College’s mission to prepare students for the next chapter of their lives. Through a partnership with the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians, opportunities at many tribal entities can be met through the college’s newest programs. Soboba’s tribal administrator Michael Castello said the community college reached out to the tribe last summer. Jerry Livesey is the project lead serving as the liaison for the college and tribe and said it was important for college president Roger Schultz to work with Soboba in order to meet its needs. “We are responding to what we heard the tribe needed,” Livesey said. These desires seem to be the same as MSJC’s v
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