Welcome to Rising Stars Business Academy (RSBA). Rising Stars Business Academy is a 501©3 non-profit organization that provides mentorship, leadership development, etiquette classes, life skills, computer classes, entrepreneurship, vocational classes, job readiness, career pathways, business workshops, resume writing, counseling, motivational workshops, motivational speakers, college readiness, educational field trips, scholarships, extracurricular activities and much more.
Rising Stars Business Academy offers an enriching program, Moreno Valley YouthBuild (MVYB), an affiliate of YouthBuild USA. MVYB partners with YouthBuild Charter School of California for their educational services. With the unique blend of these three organizations, Moreno Valley YouthBuild can offer youth between the ages of 15-25 the opportunity to receive their WASC Accredited High School Diploma through our partner, YouthBuild Charter School of California (YCSC).
Participants must enroll in Moreno Valley YouthBuild and be accepted before enrolling into YCSC. Participants go through a formal interview process and will be informed if they are accepted into the program after completing their Mental Toughness Orientation (MTO). Participants go through mandatory workshops including, no bullying, no sexual harassment, rules & policies, team building activities, etc. (See MVYB participant handbook for detailed rules & policies). Participants who fail to adhere to the rules and policies at MVYB will jeopardize their enrollment in the program. If a participant has been self-exited from Moreno Valley YouthBuild, he/she will instantaneously be exited from YCSC.
I understand if I am accepted into Moreno Valley YouthBuild, that I will follow all rules and policies that have been put in place. I further understand that if I do not follow the rules and policies of RSBA YouthBuild, that I may be exited or placed on probation from the program until further notice.
List the previous high schools you attended, starting with the one you most recently attended.
Rising Stars Business Academy/ Moreno Valley YouthBuild is here for you.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Who should I include in “Household Size”?
You must include yourself and all people living in your household, related or not (for example, children, grandparents, other relatives, or friends) who share income and expenses. If you live with other people who are economically independent (for example, who do not share income with your children, and who pay a pro-rated share of expenses), do not include them.
What is included in “Total Household Income”? Total Household Income includes all of the following:
Determine each source of household income based on above definitions. Households that receive income at different time intervals must annualize their income as follows:
o If paid monthly, multiply total pay by 12 o If paid twice per month, multiply total pay by 24 o If paid bi-weekly (every two weeks), multiply total pay by 26 o If paid weekly, multiply total pay by 52 Add all annualized pay together to determine the total annual household income entered in Part II, 2.
If your income changes, include the wages/salary that you regularly receive. For example, if you normally make $1,000 each month, but you missed some work last month and made $900, put down that you made $1,000 per month. Only include overtime pay if you receive it on a regular basis. If you have lost your job or had your hours or wages reduced, enter zero or your current reduced income.
For additional information on Household Size and Gross Household Income, please see the Eligibility Manual for School Meals on the U.S. Department of Agriculture Guidance and Resource Web page at http://www.fns.usda.gov/cnd/guidance/default.htm.