Alonzo Mendoza (C) is a computer science student at the community college in Salinas. "I don't want him to spend his life in the fields like his father," said Mendoza's mother, Nora.
Silicon Valley draws thousands of young programmers hoping to strike it rich in the tech industry. But it's a relatively exclusive club, favoring top-notch graduates from prestigious universities. A new program in the Salinas Valley is challenging that formula by helping the children of farmworker families become programmers and engineers -- in just three years. A lot is on the line for these students, and their families. Reporter: Ana Tintocalis