Sports organizations like the Sacramento Kings and Sacramento Republic FC are linking with nonprofits to launch community sports programs that empower youth with life skills and STEM education.
The lack of access to learning opportunities and resources in our communities has become more apparent as our economy continues to experience uncertainty. Unfortunately, these issues have been long-standing, but organizations like SchoolsFirst FCU are taking an active role in improving access to educational programs. An example of this is SchoolsFirst FCU’s grant recipient, City Year.
Northern California School of the Arts provides holistic and professional theater arts training programs, supporting young artists from diverse communities to create, express and participate in theater arts educational opportunities.
The term “professionals” often elicits thoughts of college graduates, and not necessarily the skilled tradespeople providing essential services that ensure our daily lives run smoothly.
Sacramento State’s Center for Small Business (CSB) is an instrumental link between the university and the local business community, benefiting both businesses and the students who serve them.
The Education Foundation for California Schools supports and recognizes the instrumental role educators play in fostering innovation and creativity in today’s educational curriculum.
A new mural project at Tahoe Elementary School
is demonstrating the school’s dedication to art
education and transforming students’ learning spaces.
Law manages a team of faculty and entrepreneurs-in-residence who create programming designed to make innovation and entrepreneurship more accessible for people from all of the Capital Region’s diverse communities.
With a background in communications, an approachable demeanor and a passion for equity and education, Latoya Jackson-Lainez has found her calling as director of diversity, EEO and Title IX for Sierra College.