Increasing Access to Quality Health Care
- Riverside Regional Medical Center Foundation
Riverside County Regional Medical Center provides health care to residents of Riverside County 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Foundation helps provide the Medical Center with specialized equipment and programs to best serve its patients, augmenting the Medical Center's existing funding sources and thereby strengthening the healthcare services provided to the ever-increasing number of residents of Riverside County.
- Victor Valley Community Hospital Children's Health Fair
This annual Kids Care Fair provides free screenings, treatments and vaccines to children, providing a free and fun way to educate and promote healthy families.
- California Institute for Nursing and Healthcare (CINHC)
A statewide non-profit organization, CINHC develops solutions to a nurse shortage by partnering with nurse leaders, educators, providers, payers, policy leaders, and consumers. CINHC funding is entirely through contributions and grants, and works collaboratively with organizations and individuals concerned about ensuring an adequate supply of nurses and developing leaders in the field for the future.
- Shriners Hospital Concert Series
Every year Shriners hospitals provide the most advanced medical care for thousands of kids with orthopedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries and cleft lip and palate in a family-centered environment, regardless of the patient's ability to pay. The concert series known as "Rhythm on the Vine" is all about music, magic, and miracles. Funds raised through the concerts support the care provided to children at Shriners Hospitals for Children.
- Hoag Hospital Foundation
Hoag Hospital consists of two acute-care hospitals, seven health centers and a network for more than 1,200 physicians, 5,000 employees and 2,000 volunteers - all committed to providing the finest health care services available to the residents of Orange County. The Hoag Hospital Foundation generates funds for capital projects, equipment purchases, innovative program development and clinical research.
- Orange County Rescue Mission
American Career College provided the equipment for a medical mobile unit that travels throughout Orange County to provide health care services to underserved children.
Creating Educational Opportunities
This program, targeted to low-income, at-risk youth in Santa Ana, provides afterschool programs, tutoring, mentoring, health education and parenting classes, with the ultimate goal of helping kids graduate from high school.
- Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services
Given the serious problems facing youth, such as high school dropout, illiteracy, crime and unemployment, Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services' mission is to provide young people with job training, education and counseling so that they become self-sufficient and productive.
- Newport Harbor Education Foundation
This Foundation promotes academic excellence and enhances educational opportunities for all 2,400 students at Newport Harbor High School. American Career College provided funding for a full-time counselor to help with college and career planning for high school students.
Students Giving Back
No matter their specific interest, American Career College students are ready to jump in and volunteer their time and resources. ACC students are all about making a difference.
Year-Round Helping Hands
Students come to American Career College because they want a meaningful career. Volunteering gives them real-world experience and at the same time, helps families and organizations who need all the support they can get! We give our students opportunities to lend a helping hand year-round.