California Connects Internet Service

​Make sure you have internet, anytime, anywhere!

California Connects is an affordable mobile internet service, which aims to support students, faculty, staff and underserved communities throughout California. The service is provided by the Foundation for California Community Colleges* through its CollegeBuys program, and is part of its longstanding commitment to provide affordable access to essential technology tools. 

Powered by the Sprint 4G LTE network, California Connects internet service is mobile and portable. The subscription cost is only $19.99 a month for 30 GB of data with no overage charges and no contract required.  Proceeds from California Connects support statewide initiatives of the California Community College system.

To verify coverage, click here. To join California Connects or to find out more about CollegeBuys, please visit

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WHCC Job Fair: March 30
Save the date! Our annual job fair is set for March 30 at Keck Community Center in Coalinga!
NDC Blood Drive March 30

Help NDC's CAMP program compete in the National Blood Drive Challenge by donating blood! The Central California Blood Center will be at the center on March 30 for blood donations. All donors receive a free t-shirt!


When: Thursday, March 30

9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Where: NDC South East Parking Area​

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Anita de la Vega Scholarship due March 31

Interested in a career in health? Apply for the Anita de la Vega Scholarship before March 31!


Golden State Farm Credit Scholarship

Interested in a career in agriculture? Apply for the Golden State Farm Credit Scholarship Program by April 3!

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Internships Available with Congressman David Valadao

Congressman David Valadao's Office is looking for student interns! See below for more information: 

Each semester, I have the honor of selecting high school and college students from across California's 21st Congressional District to intern in one of my three Congressional offices.

Whether it be out of an educational interest in the legislative branch of government, or in search of professional experience, I encourage those interested to apply for this excellent opportunity.

Interns in my Hanford and Bakersfield offices are responsible for providing assistance with constituent calls and internal database management. Interns will also have the opportunity to work on research and a variety of writing projects, accompany staff in meetings, and attend community events.

Interns in my Washington, D.C. office assist with general office tasks, attend briefings and hearings on behalf of senior staff, organize incoming constituent mail, provide Capitol tours to visitors, and a multitude of other tasks. ​

To learn more about my Congressional Internship program you may contact my office or visit my website <> . Those interested in applying for the program should contact Dixie Lobmeyer by phone at (559) 582-5526 or by email.​

Pine Cone Foundation Scholarship for Students with Learning Disabilites

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The Pine Cone Foundation (PCF) is a 501c3 that awards multi-year scholarships to financially-disadvantaged students with documented learning disabilities across the state of California who aspire to attend community college. Once awarded a PCF scholarship, it's a year-round support program that can total up to $5,500 over a 3 year period. Please visit this website to learn more about the scholarship program:


Up to 5 students will be selected in 2017 and receive assistance with books, eye exams, prescription glasses and with health service, student center, parking permit and UTP fees. Students seeking associate, bachelor, technical and vocational degrees can apply if they meet these criteria:

  • Have documented learning disabilities
  • Be a graduating high school senior
  • Demonstrate financial need - BOGFW approved
  • GPA of 2.5 or higher (senior year)
  • Be a U.S. citizen
  • Enroll at a CA community college by August 2017


May 1st application deadline.


If students have any questions they must email

Financial Aid Research Study

Financial Aid Research Study

West Hills College is working with a research organization called MDRC to learn how financial aid can best assist students with managing their finances and succeeding in college.  As part of this study, West Hills College will share your student records data with MDRC beginning in the 2016-17 academic year.  These data include personal identifiers, such as name and contact information, enrollment, credits attempted and completed, grades, and financial aid awarded and disbursed. Information that MDRC collects for the study will be kept confidential and will be used for research purposes only.  If you have questions about the study, or you don't want to be contacted or your data to be shared, please email and include your student ID number.