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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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Join us this Saturday for Battlegroundz 2017 at MAAC Community Charter School !!!

Artists will be painting awesome street art murals on our campus. Support local art and help us raise funds to provide scholarships for our students. Only $5 per person.

Battlegroundz will be held this Saturday, April 29th 12:00 - 5:00pm at MAAC Community Charter School located at 1385 3rd Ave Chula Vista, California. See you there!

#MAACevents #MAAC #art

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We are really excited to announce that Tommy Ramirez is the new Director of the MAAC Community Charter School (MCCS). He joined MAAC in 2001 and has held various positions within MCCS over the past 16 years, most recently as Dean of Students. Throughout his career at MAAC, Tommy has created culturally inclusive leadership development and transformative justice programs while also advocating for our students and ensuring MCCS stays active in the community.

His work with students and charter schools has been recognized at a state and national level, including his selection as one of the 2015 National Council of La Raza National Institute for Latino School Leaders Fellowship, through which he wrote federal policy papers for national educational reform. In 2015, Tommy received the Civic Leader of the Year by the San Diego Union Tribune, as well as the Cesar Chavez Alumni of the Year by UCSD. He has presented at numerous conferences through the country on his work and community involvement, often co-facilitating with his students. Tommy is a graduate of Thurgood Marshall College at UCSD (2001) and presently serves as President on the Board of Trustees at the Centro Cultural de la Raza and as a Trustee at the Balboa Park Cultural Partnership.

Felicidades Tommy!!!

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Casa de Milagros, MAAC's recovery home for women, was honored to host Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, Adela Garcia, Nelli Garton and Danitza Villanueva at our first Coffee at Casa session.

These amazing women are working hard to strengthen our community every day. Thank you for supporting MAAC and Casa de Milagros!

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In partnership with San Diego Gas & Electric, our MAAC Community Charter School builds leaders while helping students achieve their educational goals. Thank you Diana Wong-Ma for making us part of your extraordinary journey.

#MAACthanks #MyMAACStory

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