Publications

General Brochure

Our organizational brochure provides an introduction to the Foundation and an overview of our goals, the wide-range of programs and services we offer, and the Community College system we benefit and enhance. 

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Fiscal Year in Review 2016-2017

Our fiscal year in review for 2016-2017, providing an overview of the Foundation's financials, implementation of the 2015-2020 Strategic Plan, and program highlights from the year.

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Affinity Magazine

Launched in 2008, Affinity Magazine was the first statewide magazine for California Community College alumni. Affinity moved to an online platform in 2011, allowing for dynamic and expanded content and college-specific splash pages that enabled alumni to interact directly with the schools that impacted their lives. Affinity Magazine publication officially ended in 2011.

Gold Paragon Award
Category: Feature Article, "Teaching Green"
National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR), National Awards, 2009

Silver Medallion Award
Category: Feature Article, "Teaching Green"
National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR), District VI, 2009

Program Brochures



 

Career Catalyst

Career Catalyst provides life-shaping career opportunities for students and recruitment solutions for employers. The program pairs qualified students with organizations for work and job training.

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LaunchPath

LaunchPath is a workforce development program that aspires to take work-based learning to scale throughout California. The LaunchPath matching and badging platform facilitates better matches between students and employers, helping students master the skills required to start their careers.





Step:Forward Priority Registration Campaign

The Step:Forward campaign aims to help students understand priority registration and assist students who are completing a degree or certificate program or transferring to a four-year university get the courses they need to succeed.  

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CollegeBuys Purchasing Program

Through the CollegeBuys institutional purchasing program, colleges can save on a wide range of products and services, from industry-leading software and technology to high quality office and classroom furniture. 

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Ask the Ref Smog Check Referee Campaign

A collaborative effort between the Bureau of Automotive Repair and the Foundation for California Community Colleges, the Smog Check Referee Program provides Californians with a vast array of smog check and vehicle resources, helping Californians obtain their smog check certificates.  

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Media Inquiries

Nancy Pryor
Director of Communications
T: 916.498.6702
E: npryor@foundationccc.org

General Information

About the Foundation 
The Foundation for California Community Colleges is a unique non-profit organization that benefits, supports, and enhances California’s Community Colleges—the largest higher education system in the nation.
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General Brochure
Read our organizational brochure that provides an introduction to the Foundation and an overview of our goals.
Download (PDF, 2.04 MB)


Fiscal Year in Review
Download the full Fiscal Year in Review 2016-2017.
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Fact Sheets
Read our program fact sheets >


Images and Logos
Find all of the Foundation's hi-res images and logos in the image library >


Management
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Foundation for California
Community Colleges

1102 Q Street, Suite 4800
Sacramento, CA 95811

Toll Free: 866.325.3222
Fax: 916.325.0844

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Supporting our Work

Help the Foundation further its mission to benefit, support, and enhance the California Community Colleges.

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Who we serve

The Foundation serves as the official foundation supporting the Board of Governors, Chancellor’s Office, and the entire California Community College system, including 114 colleges and 72 districts, serving 2.1 million students.

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