COLLEGE & CAREER RESOURCES
3110 Thomson Ave., Room C404 Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 482 5385 CCPI@lagcc.cuny.edu
• 1199 SEIU • Bergen County Community College • Capital Region Education Council • City University of New York • College of New Rochelle • Davidson County Community College • Hudson Valley Catskill Partnership • Illinois Community College Board • Jobs for the Future • Madison Area Technical College • Mercer County Community College • Minnesota Adult Basic Education • NYC Department of Education, District 79 • Passaic County Community College • Rogue Community College • Santa Fe Community College • SUN PATH Consortium • Tarant County Workforce Development Board • The Literacy Cooperative • Workforce Professionals Training Institute • YouthBuild USA • Youth UpRising
The Robin Hood Foundation has provided generous support to the Bridge to College and Careers Program to provide educational opportunities to adult learners and partner with MDRC to conduct a small scale of the program's random assignment evaluation
MetLife Foundation’s Pathways to Student Success Initiative has provided generous support to Bridge to College and Careers Programs.
The National Center for Family Literacy has provided generous support to the Bridge to College and Careers Programs in support of Hispanic and other families entering college.
New York City Mayor’s Office of Adult Education has provided generous support for Bridge to Health Program.
New York City Department of Small Business Services has provided generous support for the Integrated Medical Office Clinical Technician (MOCT) and Integrated Bridge to Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Programs.
The NY DOL has provided generous support to Bridge to Health Programs providing adult literacy and career transition instruction in the CUNY Young Adult Program (CYAP) Consortium.
Jobs for the Future (JFF) has provided generous support for the Bi Coastal Professional Development Project, a faculty development initiative offered by CCPI staff in collaboration with Tacoma Community College.