Corporate Roundtable

Advancing the California Community Colleges.

The Corporate Roundtable is comprised of a group of business leaders whose support helps to advance the goals of the California Community Colleges. Becoming a member of the Corporate Roundtable provides an opportunity for businesses to be involved with our Community Colleges in meaningful ways and to make a significant contribution to our students and our state. With an annual contribution, Corporate Roundtable members receive benefits including special invitations to events and receptions; numerous networking opportunities with the Chancellor of the Community Colleges and other Corporate Roundtable members; recognition on our website; CollegeBuys email newsletter featured article placement; and communications from the Chancellor. The Foundation for California Community Colleges is the designated non-profit of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and supports the Corporate Roundtable membership systemwide through the CCC’s and through its programs serving the system. To find out how you can be a part of Corporate Roundtable, please contact Brett Chaponot, Program Development Specialist.

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Brett Chaponot
Program Development Specialist
T: 916.498.6733
E: bchaponot@foundationccc.org

Join the Corporate Roundtable

Thank you for your interest in the Corporate Roundtable. To find out more about this program, levels of membership, and how it might benefit your business or organization, please contact Brett Chaponot at 916.498.6733 or bchaponot@foundationccc.org.

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