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REAFFIRMATION OF EEO/AFFIRMATIVE ACTION POLICY
MAAC/SEIU Local 221 Labor Agreement
View the labor agreement between MAAC and SEIU Local 221 for 2015-2018. 
View MAAC's 2013 - 2014 Annual Report UPDATED
Download our most recent Annual Report. 
September 4, 2014: Live the Wage San Diego!
Arnulfo takes on City Council President Todd Gloria’s “Live the Wage San Diego” challenge…read more
September 1, 2014: Request for Proposals
Q&A (Questions & Answers) posted for RFP #2014-03: Mental Health Services…read more
August 22, 2014: Request for Proposals
MAAC Child Development seeks a qualified partner for Mental Health Services…read more
July 1, 2014: Partnering with Border Angels
Donations and volunteers needed to support the unaccompanied child migrants being held in California. Click here for details.
2013 Community Needs Assessment
Download the 2013 Community Needs Assessment for the region served by MAAC Head Start.
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We are excited to welcome Ms. Claudia Arreola to the MAAC familia as our new Director of Child Development!

Claudia brings more than 19 years of experience in the field of child development and is currently pursuing her doctorate in early childhood education. She began her career working as a Lead Preschool Teacher and Assistant Site Supervisor for a private child development center. Prior to coming to MAAC, she served as a Licensing and State Compliance Specialist for 10 years, then was promoted to Assistant Program Director for the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF). Most recently, she was the Program Director for the Office of Child Development with the Culver City Unified School District (CCUSD).

Claudia looks forward to working hand in hand with our Head Start and Early Head Start families as, together, we prepare our children for academic success. Please join us in welcoming Claudia to the MAAC leadership team!
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Thanks, California Bank & Trust, for the generous donation to MAAC to help bring more financial education classes to our participants in 2018!

Pictured with MAAC Vice President/CFO Austin Foye (center) are California Bank & Trust Sr. Vice President Steve Herman (right) and Relationship Manager/1st Vice President Jacob Richards (left).

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Today, our staff of more than 470 is at the Viejas Conference Center for our 5th Annual Impact Conference, where we are kicking off the new year 2018 and exploring “The Leader Within.”

Our offices will re-open for regular business hours on Tuesday, January 9th.

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We wish you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season. Thank you for helping us transform more than 70,000 lives in 2017.

MAAC administrative offices will close at 5 PM today (December 22nd) and we will reopen on Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018.

We're looking forward to the exciting possibilities that the new year will bring!
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Thank you, Lidia S. Martínez, BMWs and friends, for sharing your love and the generosity of your holiday spirit with Casa de Milagros! ...

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