Funding to bring national speakers to Kansas City to engage the community on a number of topics including diversity and inclusion. $5,000. Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund.
Area men’s basketball teams will complete for top honors at the inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. Basketball Tournament. Not funded. Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund (KCMO).
Basketball game between the MCC-Penn Valley Scouts and the Johnson County Community College Men’s Team. $5,000. Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund. January 2014 – March 2014.
A long-term community based initiative to support STEM education in the Northland. Activities will be aimed at promoting student interest in STEM, promoting professional development and collaboration among faculty, and adoption of the best practices. Funding will be used to cover presenter stipends, speaker fees, and other cost associated with the proposed program. Not funded. Northland Community Foundation.
The purpose of the funding was to support the Flights of Fancy event at MCC-Longview. It is one of the largest kite festivals in the Midwest an da unique event in the KC metro area. Not funded. Lee’s Summit Arts Council.
The focus of the All for the Children Event is child abuse prevention through non-intrusive, yet educational, activities for children and exposure to local services for parent and guardians. Not funded. Jacob L. and Ella C. Loose Foundation.
Partially funds the salary and benefits of the Default Prevention coordinator who supports students throughout the student loan lifecycle. $25,000. Missouri Department of Higher Education. July 2013 – June 2014.
The Career Education Consortium helps students and families learn about, prepare for, and apply for financing a postsecondary education in an effort to increase the rate of Missourians who attend and succeed in higher education. Project activities include 1) distribution of financial literacy information to Consortium high school students and families; and 2) provide counseling and assessments geared toward college enrollment. $71,734. Missouri Department of Higher Education. May 2013 – May 2014.
Education and training for existing and potential Latino childcare center directors and professionals. $30,000. Stanley H. Durwood Foundation. January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013.