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For John W. Gardner Center to perform a landscape of the education outcomes, college attainment and other relevant contextual data in each region, and provide data-focused technical assistance to community foundations.
To support two years of scholarships for students from Bright Prospect’s high school graduating class of 2015 (46 new scholarships in AY 2015-16 and 25 renewal scholarships in AY 2016-17); and 22 one-year renewal scholarships for continuing college-enrolled students from Bright Prospect’s graduating class of 2014 in academic year 2016-17.
To provide operating support for the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF), including planning, grantmaking, and raising donor funds for need-based scholarships that increase post-secondary success among low-income students in Los Angeles County.
To support Community Foundation for Monterey County to assess the feasibility of a strategic scholarships program, and prepare and share an implementation plan for such a program with College Futures Foundation in the community philanthropy initiative.
For East Bay College Fund’s high school graduating class of 2015, and persistence services for students at targeted postsecondary institutions in academic year 2016-17.
For Education and Leadership Foundation to support 32 new two-year need-based scholarships from the high school graduating class of 2015, and a financial aid advising program.
For Educational Results Partnership to: (1) launch a college readiness dashboard; and (2) increase outreach for participation in Cal-PASS Plus.
For Harder+Company to evaluate SoCal CAN’s Level Up program.
To support Humboldt Area Foundation to assess the feasibility of a strategic scholarships program, and prepare and share an implementation plan for such a program with College Futures Foundation in the community philanthropy initiative.
To Support one year scholarships in AY 2015-16 for approximately 40 new students graduating high school in 2015 from Youth 2 Leaders Education Foundation and their partner programs.