The CAPITAL Foundation continually seeks and funds educational programs that help build community strength, raise awareness and address the needs the in the API community.
The CAPITAL Foundation Scholarship provides scholarships to high school students entering college, college students, graduate students, or students pursuing educational programs or trade schools. The CAPITAL Foundation Scholarship recognizes community service, diversity, academic achievements, accomplishments, merit awards, economic and other hardship, along with all work and experience demonstrating leadership, civic commitment, and potential for success. Download the eligibility requirements and application.
Power of Know – Youth and Family Conference
In this annual conference, CAPITAL Foundation offers middle and high school students, and parents the opportunity to learn about what is healthy and unhealthy relationship. Youth participate in interactive sessions, which are lead by facilitators and built on material from subject matter experts. Sessions for parents concentrate on (missing content?)
Visit the Power of Know page to:
- View the conference agenda
- Register online
Anger Management Counseling
CAPITAL Foundation embarked on a large-scale effort to train staff from API focused community based organizations to be anger management counselors. The goal was to provide the culturally and linguistically appropriate anger management counseling that would fulfill the court mandated, 52-week domestic violence batterers’ treatment program.
The CAPITAL Foundation Tutoring Project
The ongoing CAPITAL Tutoring Project brings together students from the Ethnic Studies (ES) Department at Sacramento State University and local high school students with the purpose of providing tutoring and mentoring in English and math classes. The goal of the Tutoring Project is to increase passing rate and standardized English and math test scores. ES students, some of whom graduated from local high schools, serve as positive role models that inspire and encourage the younger students to strive to attend college.