Evaluation of Classified Program for CCTC

Award: $249,767

Shasta College has partnered with the Sinclair Research Group to complete a statewide evaluation of the Classified Program for the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, which recruits classified school employees into teaching careers and supports their undergraduate education, teacher preparation and certification as credentialed California teachers. Sinclair Research Group has over 25 years’ experience in the evaluation of teacher and administrator preparation programs in California. This partnership allowed Shasta College to forge new opportunities into statewide research and evaluation of public education. Read the final report and learn more about our partnership with Sinclair Research Group

Umoja Program 2020

Award: $16,000

The Umoja program funds will allow Shasta College to continue to provide additional recruitment and support services to students participating in the Umoja program, including tutoring, mentoring, school supplies, and stoles for graduating students. Awareness and recognition events such as Black History Month and Umoja shirts will foster inclusion and aid in recruitment efforts. For more information about this program visit: https://umojacommunity.org/

TRIO –Student Support Services (SSS) Grant

Award: $1,675,550

The TRIO –SSS grant supports low income, first generation, and students with disabilities who are on a degree pathway with academic counseling, tutoring, financial aid planning, and other services to support their completion and transfer to a four year university. For more information visit: https://www2.ed.gov/programs/triostudsupp/index.html

IEPI Seed Grant

Award: $200,000

The IEPI Seed Grant funds will be used to assist efforts to increase automation of Human Resource and payroll functions; including position control, time and attendance, leave accounting, employee self-service, retirement system reporting and compliance, payroll actions and payroll related reporting. Either a new HRIS/HCM and payroll software application will be purchased or the expanded use of its current system through a consultant and an added document workflow management system for online and automated processing of forms and documents. For more information on this award visit: https://www.cccco.edu/About-Us/Chancellors-Office/Divisions/Institutional-Effectiveness/Institutional-Effectiveness-Partnership-Initiative/Partnership-Resource-Teams/Letter-of-Interest

CARES Act –Higher Ed Emergency Relief Fund-Student & Institutional

Award: $3,601,249.

Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding available to Colleges and Universities so we can serve students and help them continue to learn during this unprecedented time. For more information on this award visit: https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ope/caresact.html

CCC Health and Wellness Sponsorship

Award: $1,500

The California Community Colleges Health and Wellness program is offering sponsorships to colleges, college foundations, community-based organizations, campus clubs, student groups, resource centers, or other college centers that are affiliated with the California Community Colleges to plan and host events and outreach activities on our campus or in our community to share resources and decrease stigma surrounding mental health and wellness. Learn more about Health and Wellness by visiting this link: https://www.cccstudentmentalhealth.org/california-community-colleges-health-and-wellness-sponsorship/.

CAL Fire Forest Health -Phase II Grant

Award: $1,820,000

Supports the full implementation of the original grant for (2018-19 $3,200,000) logging and forest workforce development projects by expanding operational training capacity and a reforestation sub-project. Implementing the second phase means increasing industry-sought training and an expansion of student​ recruitment efforts. More on this worthwhile grant: https://www.fire.ca.gov/grants/forest-health-grants/

California Apprenticeship Initiative Grant

Award: $499,996

Supports: A new program will be created to supply students with paid apprenticeships for Heavy Equipment and Logging Operations.

A link to more about this grant: https://caihub.foundationccc.org/

California Early Childhood mentor Program Grants

Award: $3,584

Supports: The ECE program students & staff with additional resources and training.

A link to more about this grant: http://www.ecementor.org/

Alliance for Higher Education in Prison Cohort

Award: $50,000

Supports: Allows the STEP-UP Program staff to collaborate with other closely related programs in the United States.

A link to more about this grant: http://www.higheredinprison.org/

Deputy Sector Navigators -Advanced Manufacturing

Award: $200,000

Supports: The growth of manufacturing in California by developing the next generation of highly skilled manufacturing problem solvers and system thinkers throughout Region A, which includes Northern Inland CA, Northern Coastal CA and the Greater Sacramento area.

A link to more about this grant: http://makingitincalifornia.com/

Deputy Sector Navigators -Business & Entrepreneurship

Award: $200,000

Supports: Supports the advancement of Business & Entrepreneurship throughout Region A, which includes Northern Inland CA, Northern Coastal CA and the Greater Sacramento​ area.

A link to more about this grant: http://www.businessandentrepreneurship.net/

Butte County Office of Education (BCOE)


Supports: A partnership with BCOE assists the STEP-UP program with funds for educational related expenses for students and staff support.