Career Institute Helps San Bernardino County Young People Plan for the Future


Foundation: The Community Foundation Serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties

Career Institute helps young adults in San Bernardino County find jobs or training. The organization identifies and pays for short-term occupational training, works with youths on work readiness, helps them find a part-time job and then assists them with college enrollment or other post-secondary training.


The Institute serves the city of San Bernardino, the west end of San Bernardino County, Victorville, Barstow, Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear communities.


Teresa Taylor, the institute's CEO, said helping young adults is critical to their futures. In that time, The Institute aims to find opportunities for students to get paid work experience and may offer them help with transportation assistance through gas cards and bus passes.


The Institute does presentations across the county to reach churches, youth groups, alternative schools, foster programs, high schools and other organizations.


"Our reach is pretty wide," Taylor said. They work as student ambassadors and office staff."


Career Institute helps young adults in San Bernardino County find jobs or training. Read the Entire Article

Selected Grant News Headlines

A customized collection of grant news from foundations and the federal government from around the Web.

Charter School Institutes Prograam to Fight 'Ninth-Grade Shock'

Northwest Passage High School, a public charter Coon Rapids school, created Headwaters, a program for freshmen to help better acquaint them with high school and Northwest Passage's project-based...more

Two women Entrepreneurs Are Reforming Education Through An Innovative After-School Program

Two women entrepreneurs share their journey from being school friends to co-founders, and how they are reforming the way children are educated. Childhood friends Ruchi Jhawar and Anju Modi...more

Wolo, an E-learning Project, Wins Social Entrepreneur Award

Wolo, a comprehensive e-learning project, has recently won the 2019 award for 'Social Entrepreneur of the Year' at the maiden edition of the NiBS Ghana Innovation Awards ceremony held at the...more

Is Education Killing Creativity?

Arinya Talerngsri, Chief Capability Officer and Managing Director at SEAC-Southeast Asia's Lifelong Learning Center, writes how when we go against what we are meant to be or do, we become someone we...more

The Forgotten Art of Teaching the Arts

Penny Swift, executive director of Education Through Music, writes that she champions a new emphasis on ensuring students have access to an in-school, qualified arts instructor. This new emphasis...more

Everything You Should Know About Completing the FAFSA

A Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application is one of the most important steps students and their families can take to pay for college. According to Brad Barnett, financial aid director at James...more

What Does an Anchor Mission Require? Universities Search for Answers
Foundation: Teagle Foundation

Steve Dubb, senior editor for NonProfit Quarterly (NPQ), tackles institutions that have anchor missions. He writes that today's anchor institutions are already widely accepted and provides examples,...more

By Identifying and Fostering Innovators, Schools Can Lift Students to Prosperity
Foundation: Walton Family Foundation

Romy Drucker, a deputy director for the K-12 Education Program at the Walton Family Foundation, shares a speech she has given at the National Charter Schools Conference in July 2019. Drucker's...more

Changing Health by Changing the Community

In an op-ed for the Richmond Times-Dispatch, LISC CEO Maurice A. Jones and Howard Kern, president and CEO of Sentara Healthcare, describe how their new $100 million investment will take aim at the...more

Storytelling and Humor Can Bolster STEM Engagement

A recent webinar is hosted by edWeb.net and is hosted by Jenni Light, senior manager of insights and strategy for Cartoon Network; John Britt, writer and producer at Cartoon Network's Creative Group;...more







Social Entrepreneurship
Spotlight



A Billion Reasons Why Social Enterprise Isn’t Played Out Yet


A Billion Reasons Why Social Enterprise Isn’t Played Out Yet

There are signs that the social enterprise sector is going to be one of the biggest games in the coming decade, but tech giants such as Google, Microsoft, SalesForce and Oracle still have yet to tap into this kind of market.




Nonprofit Jobs in Connecticut

  Substance Abuse Jobs
  Social Work Jobs
  Foundation Related Jobs
  Social Services Jobs
  Fundraising & Development Jobs



Federal Government Grant and Assistance Programs



Edited by: Michael Saunders

© 2008-2019 Copyright Michael Saunders