Join us for the 6th Annual Culinary Round Up!
More than 300 people joined Rancho Cielo for its 2014 Culinary Round Up. Live mariachi music, live auction, multiple raffles, and of course the opportunity to meet and hear from our culinary students made for an unforgettable evening. Join us for the 2015 Round Up on Sunday, February 8, 2015. We … Continue reading
Carmel Bach Festival Residency
Rancho Cielo and the Carmel Bach Festival have expanded their unique partnership to include visits twice a month from Bach Festival artistic leadership and musicians. Through this extended residency, a rotating group of Bach Festival artistic leadership and musicians will work with Rancho Cielo participants in a collaborative, shared experience … Continue reading
Teamwork. Dedication. Achievement.
At Rancho Cielo, we aim to give our program participants a ‘leg up’ in the increasingly competitive labor market and provide them with skills and knowledge that adds to their employability, access to supportive services that treat the whole individual, job placement, and follow-up services. After successfully completing one of … Continue reading
What Is Rancho Cielo?
To transform the lives of at-risk youth and empower them to become accountable, competent, productive and responsible citizens.
Founder former Superior Court Judge John M. Phillips
witnessed the tragic cycle of offending and incarceration
that many young people found themselves in. He wanted to
create an effective alternative that would help keep first
offenders from becoming repeat offenders.
Rancho Cielo will continue to develop
and expand the use of the one-hundred acre site
to include an array of healthy, enriching activities
for all Monterey County at-risk youth and their families.
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Rancho Cielo has two programs, construction projects and 100 acres needing the attention of a qualified construction and project management professional.
The Program Director is responsible for daily operations, ensuring successful outcomes for the participants, grant compliance and fiscal accountability. Click the the following link for a detailed Job Description: Program Director JD
Rancho Cielo is opening Transitional Housing for young men aged 18-24 and is looking for a Residential Supervisor. It’s critical that the candidate be committed to the mission of Rancho Cielo and the success of our participants. This person is the primary point of contact during evening hours for the participants in the Transitional Housing program.
FULL JOB DESCRIPTION
“While, U.S. Census data trends link earning less than a high school diploma or GED to lower annual income and higher rates of unemployment, research also correlates it to poorer health outcomes and disproportionate rates of incarceration. All of these factors have compounding effects on families and whole neighborhoods.” For the full report, click HERE
Friday, October 10, 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Appetizers, Wine, Silent Auction, Performance Preview. Proceeds from this fundraiser will support outreach performances and on-site dance workshops at Rancho Cielo, Yosal, and other local youth organizations. Event will be held at the National Steinbeck Center. Tickets and information: 831-775-4721.
Friday, October 17, 2014
Drummond Culinary Academy Dining room begins its weekly Friday night dinners. Reservations: 831-444-3521
Sunday, February 8, 2015
Rancho Cielo’s biggest fundraiser of the year to be held at the Monterey Plaza Hotel & Spa from 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Sponsorship opportunities available. For more information contact: 831-444-3530.