We've hit our first goal
Thank you to our sponsors for helping us reach our initial goal!
Total Contributions: $41,505
Let's go further to help MVC students attain their goals, too.
Sandra J. Ferguson
MVC Academic Affairs
Dr. Andrew C. Sanchez, Dean, Enrollment Services & Engagement
MVC Administrative Support Team
Help us expand our educational offerings by funding a simulation center to bolster emergency medical services training.
Support MVC Lions by providing basic needs assistance, scholarships, and a one-time emergency fund.
Moreno Valley College partnered with the nonprofit organization Maker Ed to build and incorporate hands-on, experiential, and learner driven practices into faculty instruction to support learners.
Jason Kennedy, supervisor of the Makerspace Project, said, "We want to immerse educators in an exploration of the ways making can enhance learning."
The city of Moreno Valley's MoVaLearns–Mayor's Challenge received recognition as the International City/County Management Association (ICMA), the world's leading association of professional city and county managers and other employees who serve local governments, honored the program with an Excellence Award for Community Diversity and Inclusion.
The program assisted students at Moreno Valley College with a $250 monthly award for eight months to help students advert the "earn versus learn" trap.
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors voted to move forward Moreno Valley College's Ben Clark Training Center (BCTC) as an educational center beginning July 1.
Moreno Valley College and Val Verde Unified School District officials began distributing free Chromebooks to MVC students today. Over the course of three days, the College expects to hand deliver 1,000 laptops to students.
"This donation by Val Verde Unified School District is an invaluable source of support to MVC students in need of computer technology and will help to provide students with access to online virtual classes and student support," Andrew Sanchez, Ed.D., dean, Grants & Equity Initiatives, said.
Twenty-seven Moreno Valley College students are participated in the IREX Global Solutions Sustainability Challenge, working in conjunction with students from Iraq in order to develop clean water solutions.
Global Solutions Conversations is built upon a curriculum for a virtual exchange conversation on sustainability, design thinking and cross-cultural communication. The program provides a unique virtual exchange experience for students to practice empathy and cross-cultural communication skills as they learn about design thinking and ideate a sustainable solution to a real problem in the community.
Moreno Valley College received a philanthropic gift from the Jay Pritzker Foundation, part of a pledge to the Foundation for California Community Colleges, to help eliminate regional educational gaps through scholarships and emergency financial aid.
"The generous gift from the Jay Pritzker Foundation will help eliminate regional educational gaps and support our students to finish their desired academic programs," Christopher T. Sweeten, vice president of MVC's Student Services, said.