The grant from the James Irvine Foundation supports the GIA’s organizational capacity, building and sustainability. The GIA’s mission is to improve the long-term economic outlook of the region through improving educational attainment rates.
CSUSB President Tomás Morales was one of the featured panelists at the inaugural Inland Empire Latino Economic & Policy Summit on Nov. 22.
Cal State San Bernardino will be one of the hosts of “Super Saturday,” a free financial aid workshop for high school seniors, their parents and current college students, on Saturday, Dec. 2.
The CSUSB Philanthropic Foundation, in partnership with Growing Inland Achievement (GIA), recently secured two 24-month grants, totaling $1.1 million, from College Futures Foundation and The James Irvine Foundation.
A CSUSB faculty member, student and alumnus were featured in a PBS NewsHour segment on America’s automated economy and the role education plays adapting to the changes it brings and training its workforce.