Investing in Community Colleges Does More Than Fuel California’s Workforce

Imagine a teeming nerve center focused on fighting income inequality, educating the next generation of scientists, teachers and civil rights leaders, registering voters, vaccinating people against COVID-19, battling hunger and sheltering those fleeing climate change-induced disasters.  

In cities and towns across California and online, 116 community colleges do all of this and more. They are our state’s primary point of access to higher education and have lifted millions of Californians into the middle class and beyond. They are the heart of their communities and the engines fueling California’s workforce. 

Read More

Premium Employers