College Futures Foundation Funds Leadership Training Programs To Sustain ‘Caring Campus’ Initiatives 
The California-based College Futures Foundation has awarded a $367,000 grant to the Institute for Evidence-Based Change (IEBC). The grant will support training programs for classified professionals as they institutionalize Caring Campus initiatives at their colleges throughout California. 

Through its support of the culture-changing Caring Campus approach, the College Futures Foundation partners with IEBC through its work with the California Community Colleges Classified Senate (4CS) to drive sustainable, lasting growth in student success outcomes.

“The California Community Colleges Classified Senate looks forward to expanding leadership and student success opportunities across the state,” said Trisha Albertsen, 4CS President. “Classified professionals are often the first point of contact for students, and as such, make an impact on student engagement.”
“The California Community Colleges Classified Senate (4CS) is the ideal organization to partner with on supporting Caring Campus across California,” said IEBC President/CEO Brad Phillips.

Read more about this grant and other funding for IEBC initiatives on our website.
How Caring Campus Is Driving Change
Community college administrators, faculty, and professional staff report positive results from the implementation of Caring Campus programs at their institutions.

Victor Valley College President Dan Walden shares how Caring Campus took hold, explaining it caught on like wildfire.
For more information, contact IEBC or see our website or 619-933-7489