If you are seeking public or private funds to support a project/program at Hartnell College, please review the information below and contact Michele Peregrin, Director of Grants Development, at 831-755-6810 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Grant proposal concepts should align with the College’s Strategic Priorities & Goals and the Foundation’s fundraising priorities.
Public and private grant pre-award application development and post-award management are coordinated between the offices of Advancement & Development and Administrative Services. Activities, responsibilities, and timelines are shown on the Hartnell College Grants Flowchart
Once the Hartnell College Grant Concept Form is signed by the President/Superintendent, the grant team is authorized to complete the application development process including convening internal and external partners, contracting with a grant writer, and requesting letters of support. For a copy of the latest Grant Concept form contact Michele at email@example.com.
The following grants were received over the last five years, if you would like more information please contact Michele at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Title V grant||$3M||Capacity building/support for completion and career placement||2020||Developing HSIs Program|
|Department of Ed||$2.6 M||Student Support Services to Hartnell TRiO–||2020||Services to be funded by both awards include academic advising and coaching, tutoring, financial aid workshops, financial literacy education and bilingual parent workshops.|
|Baskin Foundation||$60,000||Women’s Education and Leadership Institute, (WELI)||2020||Women’s Scholarship & Mentorship|
|Monterey Peninsula Foundation||$100,000||COVID-19 Program Support||2020||COVID-19 Program Support: King City and Soledad Education
|Claire Giannini Fund||$148,733||Support for the teacher pathways program.||2020||Accelerated Completion; Workforce Development|
|Irvine Foundation||$300,000||Better Careers grant for implementation of job placement and apprenticeship system.||2020||Workforce Development|
|National Endowment for the Humanities||$262,551||CARES Act support for humanities-based online teaching.||2020||Student Success|
|CCCCO||$104,746||Current/Formerly Incarcerated Reentry Program||2019||To create, expand and bridge services for currently and formerly incarcerated students.|
|CCCCO||$500,000||Improving Online CTE Pathways||2019||Digital Equity|
|CA State||$165,000||Song Brown grant to support nursing pathways and increased enrollment.||2019||Accelerated Completion; Workforce Development.|
|The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation||$165,000||Support for The Western Stage||2019||The Arts|
|National Science Foundation||$1.5M||I-USE-HSI grant to support short research experiences for students in STEM.||2018||STEM|
|National Science Foundation||$500,000||Computer Science degree in 3 years, “CSin3”.||2018||STEM|