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To provide data-focused technical assistance to community foundations participating in College Futures Foundation’s Community Philanthropy Initiative.
To support work by the CSU YMOC Initiative to improve B.A. completion for male students of color in the CSU system by identifying, validating and scaling promising practices at five CSU campuses.
To support the California State University (CSU) System to accomplish the goals of the CSU system’s Graduation Initiative 2025, including graduating more students, reducing time to completion, and closing the equity gap.
To support California State University Stanislaus to align and promote Associate Degree for Transfer Pathways with its three largest feeder community college campuses: San Joaquin Delta College, Modesto Junior College, and Merced College.
To support an assessment and planning process to expand the Pomona Regional Learning Collaborative: 1) from K12 into community college through completion at four- year universities, and 2) to neighboring K12 and higher education partners.
To support planning for enhancing faculty diversity and Guided Pathways implementation.
To develop and launch a fellowship program and trustee network that will strengthen community college trustees’ engagement in system reforms and help them foster changes in their colleges that improve alignment with the system’s Vision for Success.
Support for Inside California Education’s three 30-minute special series focused on the California community colleges’ role in student equity.
To provide technical assistance on strategic, need-based scholarships and college and financial aid advising services to community foundations and their partners participating in the Community Philanthropy Initiative.
To support research projects examining: 1) the effectiveness of developmental education and transfer initiatives at California’s Community Colleges, 2) graduation and persistence initiatives at the California State University system, and 3) capacity in the state’s public postsecondary systems.