Raised in Stockton, Sol Jobrack graduated from Bear Creek High School, where he played baseball, football, and wrestled. Growing up in Stockton, Sol’s life was enriched by his hometown community, where he was active in church and volunteered with the neighborhood little league baseball organization.
Following graduation from Bear Creek High School, Sol attended San Joaquin Delta College where he graduated with a degree in General Education. Looking to further his education, Sol enrolled in San Jose State University to pursue a degree in Political Science with a minor in Public Relations.
Sol Graduated with honors from San Jose State University and was named student of year for his class. Sol then attended the University of Southern California where he studied Public Administration with a focus on Public Policy. Sol graduated USC with a Master’s in Public Administration and in the top 10 percent of his class.
Sol Jobrack currently serves on the Stockton City Council, where he values his relationships with his fellow council members and constituents. Sol takes great pride in his North Stockton community and has promoted initiatives that keep our families safe and clean our neighborhoods of garbage and graffiti.
Sol and his wife Jessica, an elementary school teacher with Stockton Unified School District, enjoy spending time and raising their kids, Ava Grace, Juliet Rose, and Levi.