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Broward College supports a variety of nonprofit organizations with a special emphasis on those that work to achieve our goals and objectives and touch a diverse population, in particular, those that support economic development, college & career readiness, and/or employee engagement.
Due to the number of requests Broward College receives, these guidelines are meant to assist organizations in understanding the organization’s priorities.  The proposed project, program, event must focus on one of the three Priorities listed below. 
Broward College receives many more requests that it can support.  When a request is denied, it does not imply that the applicant’s program is not vital.  It may mean that the request does not fall within our guidelines or that all sponsorship funds for the year have been allocated.
​For our communities, having a college-educated and career ready workforce offers great opportunities to our county.  To compete in 21st century work environment, career literacy is vital for the next generation of college students and career-minded individuals, for they face a more demanding, more competitive and more knowledge-intensive world than ever before.
  • Opportunities that help students move from middle to high school and high school to post-secondary.
  • Support organizations that increase the number of low-income, diverse, military and internationally qualified students who enroll in and complete postsecondary education.
  • Programs that connect with students to provide soft and hard skill training.
  • Working with our local public/private school system so that students may better understand their career paths and opportunities.
At a time when job creation is critical to communities, Broward College works with community organizations, governments, and businesses of all sizes to prepare workers for the employment opportunities available in today's economy.
  • Local organizations that drive economic development and support initiatives that help youth and adults acquire the knowledge, skills, and experiences needed to obtain jobs.
  • Opportunities where our faculty and staff serve as panel experts to community organizations on topics of education, workforce and economic development.
  • Partnerships with associations that benefit our students and/or support events where Broward College can promote its products/services to benefit an industry and/or give our students various opportunities.
  • Work with our Board of Trustees and Foundation Board of Directors to better address the needs of our community as it aligns with our priorities.
​Broward College actively promotes volunteerism and service within the organization, which organizes skills-based and non-skills-based volunteer opportunities.
  • Capitalizing on our faculty/staff’s personal talents or core business skills, experience or education to assist community organizations that meet our funding priorities.
  • Done-in-a-day projects
  • Increase faculty/staff presence at events and programs that affect our urban core
  • Tracking the economic impact our faculty/staff have on the community
  • Increasing the leadership development of our faculty/staff
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