Through its work with 12,000 young people, CCNB understands the complex barriers and workforce development needs of Marin and Sonoma County’s youth. We focus on helping young people address the most fundamental barriers to employment, such as obtaining a high school diploma, learning English, gaining work experience and job readiness skills, and accessing critical social services such as housing and healthcare.


Beyond the fundamentals, CCNB works to give corpsmembers a leg up in the job market by giving them the opportunity to earn skill-based certifications, and to access internship and job opportunities through our extensive network.


Corpsmember Demographics


Economic Status*

Corpsmember Economic Status



Corpsmember Outcomes


* As of April 2019.

Based on 318 cases active since January 2017

** As of April 2019.

Based on 170 cases exited since January 2017

Our Impact

Last Year Our Youth Corps...

Diverted 769,600 pounds of electronic waste from the landfill.

Spent 1,344 corpsmember hours responding to natural disasters.

Restored 184 acres of habitats.

Restored and maintained 145 miles of trails.

Diverted 3,550 tires from the landfill.