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This grant will provide continued support to Lansing Community College for its High School Diploma Completion Initiative. The High School Diploma Completion Initiative provides students who have dropped out of high school between the ages of 16 and 19 with a chance to simultaneously earn a diploma and credits toward an associate’s degree and/or occupational certificate. Recommended support will enable Lansing Community College to integrate a work-based learning component within this blended high school-to-college model.
The Michigan Environmental Council, a statewide environmental organization representing more than 70 partner groups, has continued its role as a leader in transportation policy issues in recent years. This includes serving as coordinator and convener of a transportation reform partnership in Michigan that includes a diverse network of key organizations from across the state. This renewal grant will allow the council to continue developing and strengthening the partnership to move Michigan toward a seamless, multimodal transportation system; increase investment in all transportation modes; foster citizen engagement in transportation policy decisions; and improve the connection between transportation planning and community economic development.
The Mott Foundation, through its four grantmaking programs, funds selected projects focusing on state-wide economic, workforce, and environmental challenges.
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