California Capital Region Education Collaborative
help increase high school graduation rates in the California Capital Region

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Join the Movement!  Help increase high school graduation rates in the California Capital Region.

The California Capital Region Education Collaborative will meet on September 7, 2011 from 2:00– 4:00 p.m. at United Way, 10389 Old Placerville Road, Sacramento CA 95827 in the Intel Conference room.

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Thank you to those that attended the Collaborative Kick-off on June 17th at AT&T.  For those that were not able to attend the Kick-off, please come to the Collaborative meeting on September 7th to learn more about the work that was done at the Kick-off.

Featured Programs
The Collaborative is looking for innovative programs that help increase high school graduation rates and (or) support local schools, to give a report at our Collaborative meetings.  We want to educate others about the work you are doing to assist in replicating successful programs.  If you have a program that others should be aware of, please let us know by e-mailing a quick overview to  One low/no cost program that will be featured at the September meeting is the Marginalized Youth Collaborative. See below.

Marginalized Youth Collaborative
The Marginalized Youth Collaborative (MYC) is a network of service providers dedicated to supporting young people in Sacramento. MYC provides a volunteer community safety net where youth and their problems are identified and resolved.  With available resources such as emergency shelter, mental health services, and substance abuse counseling, the collaborative can help youth develop life skills and get back on track.  Come find out how to start one in your community.

Partnership Opportunities
The Collaborative is also looking for new projects or existing projects that want to expand.  The Collaborative will be hosting an opportunity for you to look for new partners and discuss the possibilities for working together on funding opportunities.  We have one project that is outlined below.  If you are interested in possibly being a partner in this project or have a project you want to feature,  please send your information to

Youth Engagement Project
The Collaborative is looking for partners in Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties that would like to seek funding for a youth project which would provide peer-to-peer education on the graduation crisis.  Youth will educate other youth on the graduation crisis and collect input from the youth on how to decrease the dropout rate.  Youth will analyze the data and make recommendations to local school administrations and political groups.