New collaboratives in Northern California support youth, career building

RSC regional hub partner North State Together announces new collaboratives within Northern California network.

February 21, 2018 |

North State Together serves rural Northern California and is an RSC regional hub partner.

Our California partners at North State Together are excited to announce two new collaboratives within their network. The first is in Trinity County, and is called Trinity Together: Cradle to Career Partnership (TTCCP). This collaborative is comprised of leaders from the Trinity County Office of Education and the education community, the local business community, and local service organizations. The TTCCP will focus on youth between the ages of 0-24.

The second effort is in Modoc County, and is called Advancing Modoc Youth (AMY). This collaborative is comprised of leaders from the Modoc County Office of Education, Modoc Joint Unified School District, along with leaders from local community organizations, government agencies, and the business community. This collaborative will focus on working together as a community to provide all students exposure to a multitude of options for education and training after high school to pursue successful and fulfilling careers.

These two new efforts will join existing initiatives in Shasta County (Reach Higher Shasta) and Tehama County (Expect More Tehama).

We congratulate North State Together on these two new collaboratives!

“North State Together” is a regional collective partnership funded by a $2.5 million grant awarded by the McConnell Foundation. This “Cradle to Career” partnership in the Northern part of California helps leaders from education, business, philanthropic, nonprofit, civic, and faith communities join together to improve education success for every child. To learn more about the partnership between RSC and North State Together, see our Northern California Hub page and visit the North State Together website.

Photo: Mt. Shasta, CA.

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