Representatives of Riverland Community College and Doherty Staffing Solutions, including CRD member Steve Bowrun (holding the check) met on October 22, 2012 to celebrate the results of the sixth Annual Doherty Scholarship Golf Classic held on June 11, 2012 to raise funds for Riverland Community College student scholarships. The event raised a net total of $20,000 for scholarships to students attending Riverland Community College.
The STEM Program at Central Arizona College is financed 100 percent by a five-year federal HSI-STEM grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The total federal funds dedicated to this program are $3,388,503.00. Professor Beecroft explains a chemical reaction to Hector Castellanos and Jorge Aquilera during the Central Arizona College STEM Camp.
Submiited by CRD member Hugo Steincamp, Grants Resource Developer
YouthBuild students at work. A project made possible with a $1.1 million award from the U.S. Department of Labor to a local partnership led by Tallahassee Community College. The purpose of the Gadsden County YouthBuild Project is to prepare 60 young adults to earn a GED and an employer-recognized construction credential.
Submitted by CRD Member, Charles Woods, Director of Grants and Special Projects
Torrey Moody and his wife Karen, make a $100,000 personal gift to the Sheridan College Foundation for the Large Animal Science Center.
The college President and CRD member, Dr. Paul Young (on the left in the middle) accepted a check signed by Torrey, Karen and their daughter, Mandy Phillips.