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  • graphic arts
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  • smart-grid

Financial Contribution

CFC Criteria: Make a financial contribution to a specific local educational agency or higher education institution specializing in arts, media, and entertainment career oriented programs.

Program 1.0 applicants - Minimum financial contribution: Independent productions: $3,000, Non-independent productions: $5,000.

Program 2.0 applicants - Financial contribution based on .25% of the estimated tax credit reservation, with a minimum of $5,000 and a maximum of $12,000 (more may be contributed, if desired).

Dan Says: Our CCC Entertainment Collaborative Intern fund is hosted by the Foundation for California Community Colleges, a 501c3, and will allow qualifying students to receive paid internships at meaningful entertainment production sites relevant to their career goals.

Make check* payable to:

Foundation for California Community Colleges
Attention: Nicole Scholes
1102 Q Street, Suite 4800
Sacramento, CA 95811 

*Please note CCCECIF on the check to receive CFC Tax Credit receipt.

For more information please contact Nicole Scholes at 916.325.8578 or [email protected]

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California Film Commission Career Readiness Site

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Sector Navigator & Director

Steve Wright

[email protected]

Phone: 805-496-8583

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An initiative of the California Community College's Economic and Workforce Development (CCCEWD) program, the ICT-Digital Media Sector Team is dedicated to serving California's ICT-Digital media workforce needs. We are an integral part of the California Community Colleges and its Doing What Matters for Business & Industry framework, investing funding and resources in industry sectors that are key to California's economic growth. Our industry-specific workforce services are coordinated through a system of sector specialists that align community college and other workforce development resources with the needs of industry sectors and occupational clusters through a regional focus. Learn more by visiting www.cccewd.net.