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Grant History
2016
30 December 20162:17 PM

2012

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2011
11 May 20118:43 PM

2010-2011

CENTRAL WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY

$27,500 for Entrepreneurial Tour

A one year seeding for initiating the entrepreneurial character of students, increase assistance for past, current and future student entrepreneurs. Using workshops and presentations to stimulate aspirations and to formulate action plans. Student will present at a Symposium with top students getting awards.


UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

$26,000 for Business Plan Competition

The competition is focused on the education process and creating new ventures. the Competition provides a substantial learning experience for all participants from initial application, investment round, and final award round. Applicants and participants come from the Universities and Colleges in the State. Funding is used for prizes. $1000 is allocated for travel assistance for teams from schools in outlying distances..

2010
11 May 20108:43 PM

2009-2010

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$27,000 for Social Venture Competition

To further seed a campus business plan competition which focuses on the Social Venture. Third year of three year grant

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

$26,000 for Business Plan Competition

The competition is focused on the education process and creating new ventures. the Competition provides a substantial learning experience for all participants from initial application, investment round, and final award round. Applicants and participants come from the Universities and Colleges in the State. Funding is used for prizes. $1000 is allocated for travel assistance for teams from schools in outlying distances..

2009
11 May 20098:43 PM

2008-2009

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$9,008 For Mentorship Campus

Second year of a 3 year grant (totaling $51,228) is for integrating and extending the valued Mentorship program to the remainder of the academic areas and students.

$27,000 for Social Venture Competition

To further seed a campus business plan competition which focuses on the Social Venture.

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

$25,000 for Business Plan Competition

The competition is focused on the education process and creating new ventures. The Competition provides a substantial learning experience for all participants from initial application, investment round, and final award round. Applicants and participants come from the Universities and Colleges in the State. Funding is used for prizes.

2008
11 May 20088:43 PM

2007-2008

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$18,492 For Mentorship

Second year of a 3 year grant (totaling $51,228) is for integrating and extending the valued Mentorship program to the remainder of the academic areas and students.

$27,000 for Social Venture Entrepreneurship

Second year of a two year grant to initiate a campus business plan competition which focuses on the Social Venture.

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

$25,000 for Business Plan Competition

The competition is focused on the education process and creating new ventures. The Competition provides a substantial learning experience for all participants from initial application, investment round, and final award round. Applicants and participants come from the Universities and Colleges in the State. Funding is used for prizes.

2007
11 May 20078:43 PM

2006-2007

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$50,000 for Small Business Assistance Center

Third year of a three year grant of $150,000 for expansion of successful program in Auburn and Enumclaw into the Kent area. The mission is to improve the profitability of independent businesses, through knowledge and skill development, and stimulate economic growth.

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$23,728 For Mentorship

First year of a 3 year grant (totaling $51,228) is for integrating and extending the valued mentorship program to the remainder of the academic areas and SPU students.

$7,000 for Social Venture Entrepreneurship

First of a two year grant to initiate a campus business plan competition which focuses on the Social Venture.

2006
11 May 20068:43 PM

2005-2006

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$50,000 for Small Business Assistance Center

Second year of a three year grant of $150,000 for expansion of successful program in Auburn and Enumclaw into the Kent area. The mission is to improve the profitability of independent businesses, through knowledge and skill development, and stimulate economic growth.

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$30,941 For Mentorship

Final year of a 10-year grant (totaling $260,847) is for undergraduate and graduate students to have an opportunity for a meaningful and ongoing interaction with business leaders.

2005
11 May 20058:43 PM

2004-2005

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$50,000 for Small Business Assistance Center

This is to expand the success of current program in Auburn and Enumclaw to a center in the Kent community. This is a three year grant which totals $150,000. The mission is to improve the profitability of independent businesses, through knowledge and skill development, and stimulate economic growth.

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$30,037 For Mentorship

Ninth year of a 10-year grant (totaling $260,847) is for undergraduate and graduate students to have an opportunity for a meaningful and ongoing interaction with business leaders.

2004
11 May 20048:43 PM

2003-2004

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$30,000 for Small Business Assistance Center

This is the third year of a three fiscal year grant extension funding the Center. Its mission is to improve the profitability of independent businesses, through knowledge and skill development, and stimulate economic growth in South King County. Funding for this three year grant totals $90,000.

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$29,165 For Mentorship

Eighth year of a 10-year grant (totaling $260,847) for undergraduate and graduate students to have an opportunity for a meaningful and ongoing interaction with business leaders.

2003
11 May 20038:43 PM

2002-2003

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$45,000 for Small Business Assistance Center

This is second fiscal year of a three fiscal year grant extension funding the Center. Its mission is to improve the profitability of independent businesses, through knowledge and skill development, and stimulate economic growth in South King County. Funding for this three year grant totals $90,000.

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$28,315 For Mentorship

Seventh year of a 10-year grant (totaling $260,847) for undergraduate and graduate students to have an opportunity for a meaningful and ongoing interaction with business leaders.

2002
11 May 20028:43 PM

2001-2002

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$15,176 for Small Business Assistance Center

Grant previously approved for over three fiscal years, total $64,506. This will provide individual counseling and referral services to entrepreneurs and work with to develop a curriculum of course offerings targeted to independent business owners and managers. They are soliciting private funds for an endowment of $300,000 by December 2001.

$15,000 for Small Business Assistance Center

This grant extends the funding for the Small Business Assistance Center. Its mission continues to be to improve the profitability of independent businesses, through knowledge and skill development, and stimulate economic growth in South King County. Consistent continued funding for the next three years, total $90,000 will allow this strong program to stabilize and find permanent funding.

2001
11 May 20018:43 PM

2000-2001

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$16,968 For Mentor Program

Final year of grant, total of $83,975, for the development, training, and implementation of a broadly focused one on one student relationship with community business leaders, job shadowing, internships, and career speakers

$30,353 for Assistance Center

Grant approved for over three fiscal years, total $64,506. This will provide individual counseling and referral services to entrepreneurs and work with to develop a curriculum of course offerings targeted to independent business owners and managers. They are soliciting private funds for an endowment of $300,000 by December 2001.

2000
11 May 20008:43 PM

1999-2000

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$26,624 For Mentor Program

Previously committed grant for the development, training, and implementation of a broadly focused one on one student relationship with community business leaders, job shadowing, internships, and career speakers.

$18,977 for Assistance Center

Grant approved for over three fiscal years, total $64,506. This will provide individual counseling and referral services to entrepreneurs and work with to develop a curriculum of course offerings targeted to independent business owners and managers. They are soliciting private funds for an endowment of $300,000 by December 2001.

1999
11 May 19998:43 PM

1998-1999

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$21,913 For Mentor Program

Second year for the development, training, and implementation of a broadly focused one on one student relationship with community business leaders, job shadowing, internships, and career speakers.

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$25,144 For Mentorship

Third year of 10 years (totaling $260,847) for undergraduate and graduate students to have an opportunity for a meaningful and ongoing interaction with business leaders.

1998
11 May 19988:43 PM

1997-1998

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$13,350 For Community Connections

Grant previously approved. Grant for a two fiscal year period totaling $23,262 for a student involved business community research of college’s programs and services.

$3,000 for a prominent Business Speaker Breakfast

Grant provided for community recognition and development. SeaFirst Bank also matched grant.

$18,470 For Mentor Program

Grant is for a four fiscal year period, total of $83,975, for the development, training, and implementation of a broadly focused one on one student relationship with community business leaders, job shadowing, internships, and career speakers. Program subject to review each year.

1997
11 May 19978:43 PM

1996-1997

GREEN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE

$9,912 For Community Connections

Grant for a two fiscal year period totaling $23,262 for a student involved business community research of college’s programs and services.

SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERISTY

$12,713 For Mentorship

Grant is for 10 years (totaling $260,847) for undergraduate and graduate students to have an opportunity for a meaningful and ongoing interaction with business leaders.

1996
11 May 19968:43 PM

1995 - 1996

PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY

$25,000 For PEEMA (Program on Entrepreneurship and Enterprise)

Request approved for continuation of funding for Family Enterprise Institute; Young Entrepreneur of the Year; South Sound Entrepreneurs Network; High School and Middle School Teacher Business Education Program; Development materials for case studies; Mentorship and Internship Initiatives.

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