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In case you missed it, California Competes joined forces with EdTrust-West to launch the California Alliance for Student Parent Success (The Alliance), a co ...
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The California Alliance for Student Parent Success, a joint effort by California Competes and EdTrust-West, launched the application process for our first c ...
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Are you passionate about advancing equity in California’s higher education and workforce landscape or know someone who is? If so, we have two exciting job o ...
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California's 400,000 student parents face a multitude of challenges in completing their degrees, including juggling academic responsibilities alongside ...
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Dear Friends and Colleagues, Last year, California Competes: Higher Education for a Strong Economy and EdTrust-West joined forces to launch The California A ...
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  At California Competes, we’re committed to simplifying the complex landscape of financial assistance and benefit programs for students. Our research ...
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Over the last year, California Competes joined forces with EdTrust-West to establish the California Alliance for Student Parent Success (The Alliance), a co ...
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New Publication Shares Insights from Career Readiness Initiative in LA Strengthening pathways from education to employment is crucial for students’ successf ...
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Following our first board meeting of 2024, we are excited to welcome Keely Martin Bosler and Dr. Leroy Morishita to California Competes’s Board of Directors ...
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Strengthening pathways from education to employment is crucial for students’ successful transition into meaningful jobs that support their ability to engage ...
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The California Alliance for Student Parent Success (The Alliance) applauds Assemblymember Marc Berman and his team for their commitment to addressing the un ...
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New Report Highlights Strategies to Reengage Students with Some College, No Credential Over 6 million Californians ages 25 to 64 have completed some college ...
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