Today, the LAUNCH Apprenticeship Network (LAUNCH) is excited to announce a new partnership with the Los Angeles Regional Consortium (LARC), a consortium of 19 California community colleges focused on promoting career and technical education.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges’ (FoundationCCC) Nursing Education Investment Grants Program recently announced its awardees for 2023. In total, $521,974 was awarded to campus projects focused on nursing education and training that address academic readiness, holistic admission process, and development of a culturally responsive curriculum.
California has recently made investments to help address physician shortages and regional health disparities through its new budget, including $2.8 million in ongoing annual funding appropriated for the California Medicine Scholars Program.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges (FoundationCCC) is proud to announce a significant milestone achieved this year: surpassing one million student connections through its Student Ambassador Program.
The Network of California Community College Foundations is pleased to announce the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians as the 2022 Bernard Osher Philanthropist of the Year.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges will be hosting a two-day Forestry Workforce Summit in partnership with the UC Davis Institute of the Environment and supported by presenting sponsor Forest Futures, an initiative of the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges’ Nursing Education Investment Grants Program recently announced its awardees for the 2022 grants cycle.
Today, the Foundation for California Community Colleges (FoundationCCC) was announced as a recipient of one of 32 grants awarded as part of the $500 million Good Jobs Challenge funded by President Biden’s American Rescue Plan and administered by the Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration.
Today marks the official launch of the California Medicine Scholars Program (CMSP) thanks to funding from the California Department of Health Care Access and Information and its commitment to strengthening California community college to medical school pathway.
The Jay Pritzker Foundation has been named the 2021 Bernard Osher Philanthropist of the Year in recognition of its historic $100 million commitment to the students of the California Community Colleges, the single largest gift to community colleges in the nation to date.
The Centralized Clinical Placement System (CCPS) has announced the launch of a new product, CCPS-Student Ready, which helps streamline the nursing student clinical placement process.
FoundationCCC will specifically work to increase alignment between the community colleges and California state workforce systems, including the California Workforce Development Board, the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency, and the State Building & Construction Trades Councils, by providing “High Road Recovery” grants to three “High Road Construction Careers” (HRCC) grantees.