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Sample Sidebar Module

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Grant History

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.

$25,000 For Service Learning Program

Second year of two year grant, total $50,000, to provide learning beyond the classroom and provide meaningful service to small businesses and community organizations.

$57,700 for Entrepreneurship Program

Second year of grant, which total $214,217. Program to strengthen curricular focus, provide student consulting services, develop student business plans for participation in a business plan competition, initiate a entrepreneur speaker series, and link with international entrepreneurial activities.

PACFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY $9,225 For PEEMA (Program on Entrepreneurship and Enterprise)

Request approved for continued funding (now total of $114,225) 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.

$4,703 for Puget Sound Entrepreneurship Academy

Two-year grant for $18,812. Provide high potential Pacific Northwest college students aspiring to entrepreneurial careers with the professional development and access to successful role models. Programs held on Saturday mornings, four to five hours, with 10 programs throughout the semester.

SEATTLE UNIVERSITY $10,000 for Entrepreneurship Center
$5,000 for Mentorship Project

Previously approved Center and Project to be funded each year through fiscal year 2001-02. Including past distributions this grant totals $155,000

$35,000 for Entrepreneur Center and Mentorship Endowment

An exception to guidelines, this grant is for four-year annual payment, until fiscal year 2001-02. Total will be $140,000.

$109,526 for Entrepreneur Center

Grant distribution is over 4 fiscal years, total of $280,362. Grant is to strengthen the Center’s basic consultative program and expand its academic and outreach activities. This includes student teams working with and advising select small business clients; creating a MBA concentration in entrepreurship; a high school awareness program; an entrepreneur advisor program; an entrepreneur in residence program; and a community speaker series on entrepreneurship.

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

$25,000 For Hi-Tech Speaker Series

Grant provided for three years, total $75,000. Other local universities will be able to attend and tapes will be made available. Speakers will be from local hi-tech business community.

$20,000 for Business Plan Competition

Grant approved for two years, total of $40,000. The competition is focused on creating new ventures. Greater participation from this Foundation and other supporters will provide a substantial increase in the grand prize and several smaller awards to other finalists. This is focused on high quality student teams from all schools and creating new ventures

NORTHWEST SCHOOL FOR HEALING - IMPAIRED CHILDREN

$25,000 for annual annuity

This grant is specifically directed and exempted from Mission and Guidelines

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