Yuba Community College District Foundation Special Board of Directors Meeting Agenda – August 29, 2022
Jeanine Rounds’ Gift to Support AAUW Scholarship Fund
Jeanine Rounds, a retired Yuba College Professor and Administrator, recently gifted $50,000 to the Yuba Community College District Foundation to support the Yuba-Sutter Chapter of the American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) scholarship program. Jeanine has been a long time member of the local AAUW Chapter as well as a long-time, and generous supporter of the YCCD Foundation. Jeanine made her gift through a distribution from her Individual Retirement Account (IRA). If you would like to join Jeanine in supporting the AAUW Scholarship Fund for Yuba College students you can do so by clicking on the link below.
Support Student Success!
At Woodland Community and Yuba Colleges, we believe there is value in offering wider doors of opportunity for our students. Through your support of the Yuba Community College District Foundation, we provide scholarships and a wide variety of student services that are vital in supporting student success.
Ana, is a first generation college student and is able to pursue her Associate Degree of Science in Nursing and become a Registered Nurse because of the support received from our valued donors.
“I’m proud to prove that even though first-generation students may not have as many opportunities, we can still become successful. Thanks to donors, I was honored to receive a scholarship that allowed me to pursue my Nursing degree. To pay it forward, I am determined to help the community through better health.” – Ana, nursing student
Your tax-deductible gift is more than just a monetary gift – it is an investment in the success of students like Ana, and the communities they serve.
Please support local students with your gift by clicking on the link below.
My scholarship has allowed me to attend my dream school, Woodland Community College. It is providing me the opportunity to go to school and be successful in life.
Sofia, Woodland Community College Student
When COVID hit, I thought I would have to drop out of Yuba. Fortunately, the foundation helped me get a laptop and Internet so I could continue my education remotely.
Carlos, Yuba College Student
Scholarships have allowed me to become a the first generation in my family to enroll in college. My goal is to return to Lake County as a teacher in support of youth.
Lucero, Lake County Campus Student