The Valencia Foundation seeks to provide the margin of excellence for which Valencia has long been known. The foundation is a separate, not-for-profit, IRS approved 501(c)(3) corporation chartered in 1974 to provide financially for the educational needs of Valencia that cannot be met through state aid or student tuition income. Sixty community leaders volunteer generously of their time, talent, and resources by serving on the board of directors.
Accelerated Skills Training Programs | $6 million
Those who are unemployed or underemployed can pursue intensive programs in industries such as construction, transportation or advanced manufacturing. These program are not eligible for federal financial aid. Alleviate the financial hardship on students by providing scholarships, and help Valencia increase training opportunities by expanding to new locations.
Advanced Manufacturing Career Training Program
After being laid off from his job, advanced manufacturing student Ken Franklin finds a career path through tuition assistance and training programs.