Wednesday, July 17, 2024

2024 Joint Convening of Elected Officials & Funders

About the Event

Convening for Champions of Higher Education Equity

A Joint Convening for Elected Officials & Funders

The Northern California College Promise Coalition (NCCPC), in collaboration with founding Steering Committee members Students Rising Above and 10,000 Degrees, and co-host Sobrato Philanthropies, is pleased to host our 2024 Joint Convening for Elected Officials and Funders. As a unifying force since 2019, our coalition brings together a wide array of stakeholders committed to enhancing college access, success, and career pathways for first-generation, low-income, BIPOC, multiply marginalized and underserved students in Northern California.

This year, we expect to welcome 200 participants, including local, state, and national funders, elected officials, mayors, employers, postsecondary leaders, and educators.

Our event stands as a key gathering point for those actively involved in shaping educational policy and promoting economic mobility, those we refer to as Champions of Higher Education Equity. It’s an opportunity to delve into the collective efforts that make a real difference in the lives of students from Sacramento to the Central Valley.

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Step into the Spotlight as a Sponsor at the NCCPC 2024 Joint Convening

Why Is Your Sponsorship Crucial?

  • Direct Influence: Play a significant role in a gathering that shapes the future of hundreds of thousands of students across 13 counties, from Sacramento to the Central Valley.
  • Strategic Connections: Build relationships with key stakeholders in an environment that champions collaboration and innovation.
  • Community Alignment: Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to social responsibility and educational advancement in a meaningful way.

Who Will You Reach?

  • Educational Leaders: Superintendents, college presidents, and other decision-makers across the education sector.
  • Policy Influencers: Elected officials and key policy advisors dedicated to educational reform and community development.
  • Corporate and Community Partners: CEOs, CSR managers, and community leaders actively engaged in fostering educational equity.
  • A Diverse Audience: Thought leaders and practitioners, dedicated to making a tangible impact in our communities.

Learn more about becoming an NCCPC Member