FUNDED PROPOSALS

BLU Educational Foundation

$30,000

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Expanding BLU College Foundation’s College Success Initiative by hiring more college success advisors to recruit and support Inland Empire students as they prepare for college.

OneFuture Coachella Valley

$30,000

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To build the infrastructure and capacity for a College & Career Navigator Network to support student transition from high school to college. Plans are to hire and train 20 college advisors. 10 advisors will be current college students.

California State University, San Bernardino Office of Pre-College Programs / San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools / San Bernardino Community College District

$30,000

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To help students with emergency deposit support for college deposits (i.e., housing and enrollment), partner with Student Success Academy to expand mentor to class of 2020 students, and create a fellowship program for undocumented students.

Riverside County Office of Education

$25,000

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To purchase devices with 4G capabilities for students to take college exams online.

Ontario-Montclair Promise Scholars

$25,000

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To support the class of 2020 with outreach and support (social media campaigns, targeted student outreach, nudge texting campaigns, sharing materials) and to train additional student success advisors and volunteers.

Great Harvest Community Center

$25,000

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To sign-up Inland Empire households for affordable broadband, provide free computer devices, support for a Student Success Advisors program with San Bernardino Valley College’s Workforce
Development Department, and creation of a foodbank for underserved communities.

University of California, Riverside

$15,000

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To fund tablets, iPads, and pencils for teachers to be able to write on the board like they do in class. Also, to provide gift cards for food and hygiene products for students in need.

San Bernardino Valley College Foundation

$15,000

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To purchase wireless hotspots for students.

Norco College

$10,000

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On a case-by-case basis, to provide students support via hotel vouchers, rent, food distribution/grocery store gift cards, hygiene products, internet access, school supplies.

Jurupa Valley Unified School District

$10,000

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To purchase mobile hot spots and data plans in May for high school students in Dual Enrollment courses with RCCD, those in a-g courses, or summer courses.

Coachella Valley Unified School District

$10,000

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To purchase wireless hotspots for students.

Crafton Hills College

$10,000

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To provide $500 grants to students to support their rental, utilities, and food assistance. Students apply for financial support. Estimated that 650 students need assistance.

California State University, San Bernardino Philanthropic Foundation

$10,000

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To acquire 35 laptops, purchasing hotspots for students, and creating a COVD19 Student Emergency fund to be distributed to students on an as-needed basis over the next 6-months.

Moreno Valley College UMOJA Program

$10,000

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To purchase chrome books & hotspots for students, provide food vouchers and emergency funds, support summer bridge programs, and book vouchers.