MCC's Economic and Workforce Development: Annual Impact Report, September 2013 - January 2015

MCC’s grant partnerships fund much of the program development and evaluation at MCC. Each program serves our mission.

Community Center for Teaching Excellence (Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education and U.S. DOE) – Multi-year $749,900. Horizons (Partnership with Harley School) – 1 year $75,000 Infusing Concurrent Engineering Model in Academia (NSF) – 3 years $199,993. Liberty Partnership Program (NYSED) – 5 years $1,267,000. National Geographic Alliance (National Geographic) – 1 year $60,000. Science and Technology Entry Program (NYSED) – Multi-year $181,000. Title III-Building a Culture of Engagement and Success (U.S. DOE) – 5 years $2,000,000. Trade Adjustment Act Community College Career Training (TAACCCT) SUNY TEAM grant – 5 years $14,000,000 +. TRIO Student Support Services (U.S. DOE) – 5 years $1,291,000. Upward Bound (U.S. DOE) – 5 years $1,350,000. Upward Bound Math & Science funded (U.S. DOE) – 5 years $1,250,000. STEM grants (Xerox) – 1 year $100,000.

STRATEGIC RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND GRANT MANAGEMENT (SRDG) secured external funds for both Academic Services and the EDIWS Division in 2014. Committed SRDG professionals work with faculty and staff in the creation, submission, and administration of competitive proposals to the United States Department of Education (U.S. DOE), National Science Foundation (NSF), United States Department of Labor (U.S. DOL), United States Department of Agriculture, New York State Education Department (NYSED), Empire State Development and several national and local philanthropic organizations including National Geographic, the Rochester Area Community Foundation, and Daisy Marquis Jones Foundation among others. Grant awards range from short-term projects to large, multi-year, multi- partner projects. Millions in new grants will fund programs over the next one to five years. Below is a representation of some of the tremendous grant work at MCC. NEW 2013-2014 AWARDS Cloud-Based Computing (SUNY High-Needs) – 3 years $107,640. Pathways to Success (U.S. DOE Administered by NYS DOH) – 1 year $125,000. Save For Success (Assets for Independence) (U.S. DOE) – 4 years $200,000 Perkins Grant (U.S. DOE Administered through NYSED) – 1 year $777,603. P-TECH Partnership with RCSD (NYSED) – 7 years $130,000.

ROC the Future – 1 year $90,980. Sydor Optics – 1 year $45,000.


AmeriCorps – 5 years $633,000. Bridges to the Baccalaureate (NSF project; a partnership with SUNY Binghamton) – 5 years $82,000. Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (NYSED) – 5 years $1,032,000.

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