San Juan College returns as a Metallica Scholars Institution for a second year and will continue to receive funding from the Metallica Scholars Initiative (MSI).

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Metallica’s foundation, All Within My Hands (AWMH), continues its multimillion-dollar investment in critical workforce programs at
community colleges nationwide. Among the schools, San Juan College (SJC) returns as a Metallica Scholars Institution for a second year and will continue to receive funding from the Metallica Scholars Initiative (MSI) to enhance career and technical education programs.

What began with 10 colleges and mostly manufacturing programs has developed into a diverse offering of workforce opportunities
for students interested in gaining the skills and training necessary to find meaningful and well-paying careers. At SJC, students can
use Metallica Scholars funding to help pay for training in the following fields:

In addition, funds can be used to provide supportive services such as counseling, food insecurity, transportation and childcare. Up to 80 San Juan College students will benefit directly this academic year with scholarships from the MSI grant.

western view of the san juan college educational services building with the clocktower in the forefront, trees changing colors to yellow and gold.

Budget

March 4, 2024

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Foundation Giving

March 4, 2024