ECMC Foundation launches catalyzing transfer initiative
PR Newswire Press Release
January 14, 2021
ECMC Foundation announced the launch of the Catalyzing Transfer Initiative (CTI), a national shared learning and collaboration effort between high-impact non-profit organizations that aims to build, manage, and activate new ways to increase successful transfer of postsecondary credits and timely bachelor degree completion among marginalized racial and ethnic groups.
Twin cities entrepreneur develops mental health website for teens
The following article is from the Star Tribune
January 11, 2021
A Minnesota-based startup focused on providing mental health support services to students raised $1 million in funding, which includes an investment from ECMC Group’s Education Impact Fund.
Career education is one thing Biden and McConnell can agree on
The following article is from Morning Conslt
January 6, 2021
Jeremy Wheaton, president and CEO of ECMC Group, wrote an article for Morning Consult discussing the importance of focusing on issues with bipartisan support, including career and technical education.
EmpowerU, a student sel service, takes in $1 million in seed funding
The following article is from eLearningInside
January 5, 2021
The Twin Cities-based EmpowerU announced on January 5 it had secured $1 million in seed funding, which includes backing by ECMC Group’s Education Impact Fund.
How to prepare for the FAFSA
The following article is from FOX 6 Milwaukee
December 8, 2020
Holly Franquet, director of The College Place-Connecticut, was quoted in an article about completing the FAFSA.