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eNews 25th Edition

In This Edition:

  • 2022-23 Foundation Scholar Isabelle Garrett
  • Tailgate Party 2022
  • The Inaugural Angileri Quality Institute Symposium
  • Night at Wright
  • Culinary Extravaganza 2023
  • New Blog Post! Livonia Mayor Hosts Meeting at College’s Manufacturing and Engineering Center (MEC)
  • When We Work Together, Great Things Happen
  • New Family Fund is Making a Difference
  • Schoolcraft College Job Fair
    National Speakers Headline FREE Webinar Series
  • In the News
  • See the Foundation in Action on Social Media

LIVONIA MAYOR HOSTS MEETING AT COLLEGE’S MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING CENTER (MEC)

A touchpoint supports the student’s feelings of acceptance and belonging at our school and can even influence their decisions. Should I change schools?  Should I stop going to school? Am I able to do this “college” thing? Students can often formulate answers when they have been impacted by someone else.

Touchpoints, Losspoints, and Everything In-Between

A touchpoint supports the student’s feelings of acceptance and belonging at our school and can even influence their decisions. Should I change schools?  Should I stop going to school? Am I able to do this “college” thing? Students can often formulate answers when they have been impacted by someone else.

Workforce Preparation: Where Today’s Community Colleges Should Focus

Over the past two decades, states have drastically flatlined or cut funding to community colleges.

Survey reveals depth of students’ financial struggle

Would you have trouble getting $500 in cash or credit to meet an unexpected need within the next month? For 55% of Schoolcraft College students recently surveyed, the answer is ‘yes.’

Girls Who Code (GWC)

Schoolcraft College is proud to announce that Girls Who Code is coming to campus for FREE thanks to a generous grant from MASCO and the Schoolcraft College Foundation.

Girls Who Code (GWC), a worldwide initiative founded to empower girls to pursue and succeed in the field of computer science, is available this fall for elementary, middle and high school students.

In-Demand Healthcare Careers: New Medical Imaging Programs for 2021-2022

Articles are being published stating the benefits of planned giving strategies due to the impending changes to the tax code. Each statement written is absolutely true, but truer still is the fact that gift planning strategies have always offered value to both the donor and the charity, under almost all circumstances.

Planned Giving has ALWAYS been an invaluable tool, for both the donor and the Charity

Articles are being published stating the benefits of planned giving strategies due to the impending changes to the tax code. Each statement written is absolutely true, but truer still is the fact that gift planning strategies have always offered value to both the donor and the charity, under almost all circumstances.

Still Need for Philanthropic Support even with new State Programs

Alternative funding sources are crucial to helping close the gaps for students who don’t meet state and federal programs’ criteria. Many students are just above the minimum income required to qualify for federal financial aid. They may not meet the requirements for special programs like Michigan Reconnect or Future for Frontliners. Scholarships remain an essential resource to these students.

Schoolcraft bands together to lend students a hand

“An effort like this reminds everyone why we’re here, and why we do what we do for our students.” In our latest blog post, we discussed Schoolcraft College’s student check-in call efforts with Dean of New Student Experiences, Stacey Stover. See here how these calls have helped thousands of students continue their education.

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