NCCPC’s Partners

Why We Partner

NCCPC partners with college campuses, employers, workforce programs, and other organizations to promote opportunities and advocate for policies to support students.

Thank You to NCCPC’s Campus Partners

California State University, East Bay

(Cal State East Bay)

NCCPC’s first campus partner is California State University, East Bay (Cal State East Bay) thanks to the Campus Partnerships Committee. Cal State East Bay shares communications, resources, and data with members and their students who attend the campus.

San José City College


San José City College partnered with NCCPC to increase enrollment of students from low-income and underrepresented communities at SJCC, facilitate their transition to SJCC, and create a support system that helps them succeed at SJCC and graduate in a timely manner.

University of California Office of the President


The UC Office of the President (UCOP) partnered with NCCPC to maximize scholarship benefits for students enrolled at the University, within all applicable federal and state regulations.

Thank You to Our Workforce Partners

Management Leadership for Tomorrow

As a Bay Area college student, the path to figuring out your passion and graduating with a job offer can feel overwhelming. MLT’s Career Prep program provides Fellows with a winning professional playbook, 18 months of one-on-one coaching, and an accelerating network of 8,000 MLT Rising Leaders.

Thank You to Our PAST Workforce Partners

Gap Inc.

Gap Inc. is inclusive, by design. In a partnership with NCCPC, we provide a Retail Career Conference Series to expose high school and college students and graduates to career clarity, introduce to employers, and offer local part-time and full-time paid opportunities in fashion design, retail, business, and technology.

Thank You to Our Policy & Practice Partners

Southern California College Access Network (SoCal CAN)

Advancing educational equity for all, SoCal CAN’s mission is to increase the rate at which underrepresented students access and complete post-secondary education. Powered by SoCal CAN, Let’s Go to College CA (Let’s Go) is a virtual resource hub for students navigating higher education during the global pandemic. Focused on the needs expressed by underrepresented students, Let’s Go provides timely information so that students can make informed decisions about their college plans.
NorCal students can look forward to Let’s Go To College Bay Area in Fall 2021! Check out the Students page for more information.
National College Attainment Network (NCAN)

NCCPC is a recognized regional college access network. Members get a 25% discount!