Center for Learning Connections

PROJECTS & PARTNERS

Cal Crow, Ph.D.

Center for Efficacy & Resiliency

Core to College Alignment

Non-Profit Staff Development Coalition Project

Peter Schmidt, Psy.D

Veterans Training Support Center

Current Projects

 

 

The Center for Learning Connections provides project management for a wide range of groups, associations, or initiatives. Some current projects include:

 

Center for Efficacy & Resiliency
Here to help organizations create cultures of efficacy and resiliency to help people maximize their potential. Dr. Cal Crow, Director.

 

College Readiness Project
The 2004 Master Plan for Higher Education in Washington State called for defining college readiness in several core subjects, including math, science, English, social studies, and the arts. To address those needs, Center for Learning Connections created and is managing a virtual community platform for educator collaboration and sharing.

 

Non-Profit Staff Development Coalition
CLC initiated the NPSDC based on collaboratively identifying unmet staff training needs for non-profit human services organizations in King County. CLC through the Coalition designs, develops, and delivers relevant training activities. Anna McCain, Project Manager.

 

Veterans Training Support Center

VTSC is provides King County and state organizations with resources that improve services to veterans by addressing veterans' issues and providing training and resources that support veterans and other vulnerable populations. Dr. Peter Schmidt, Director.

 

Your Future Now
The Center for Efficacy and Resiliency recently received a three year, $213,238 year grant from College Spark Washington for Your Future Now, a learning improvement, career planning project at Scriber Lake High School in the Edmonds School District. The goal is to increase the number of Scriber Lake students who enter and complete college programs.