The PEOC is a non-profit day labor organization whose mission is to provide an opportunity for day laborers to find safe work at a fair wage, to obtain new trades and skills that improve their employability and quality of life, and to improve overall conditions for all immigrant workers.
The PEOC is made up of day laborers, household workers, other low-wage, immigrant workers, community leaders, Pomona residents, students from Claremont Colleges, and supporters of worker and immigrants rights coalition leaders.
Become informed about our current membership drive and upcoming events!
We also conduct educational outreach and wage theft claim mitigation.
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What is the Census?
The Census is a survey taken every ten years with the intention of counting every person living in the United States. It is mandated by the Constitution and designed to count every person once in the right place!
Why is it important to be counted?
The results of the Census are used for three main functions: apportioning representation, allocating federal dollars, and gathering statistical data.