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July 6, 2016
President’s conference Room ST 541
Present: D. Crippens C. Johnson-Taylor D. Kuba E. Robinson
Staff: C. Du, Assistant
Meeting Convened: The Scholarship Committee meeting was called to order at 10:09 p.m. by Chini Johnson-Taylor. Public Comment: No public comment. ITEMS
Item III: Review of Draft of Scholarship Activities for Annual Report Key Consideration The committee reviewed the Scholarship distribution from Fall, 2015 and Spring, 2916. Chini Johnson-Taylor reported the following: o No one has been secured to work on the annual report but the committee will review scholarship activities so that the information is available. o An update on Chemical Technology scholarships and presentation of a slideshow of students using the related supplies from their scholarships. o Chini Johnson-Taylor will follow up with the new full-time faculty in the department to make the remaining funds designated for the program are spent in a timely manner. o A request was made to include foundation representation in the meeting with Chemical Technology full-time faculty, Vakhak Hartunian, to discuss how the funds at the foundation designated for the department were to be spent but the request received no response. o An update on the request from David Crippens for creative use for funding for the Nursing and Child Development departments from the California Community Foundation. This was in response to a request from Board President David Committee Name: LATTC Foundation Dinner Task Force Date: July 11, 2016
Status of Document: Draft Initials: CD
MINUTES Crippens during the June 16th board meeting. A response was needed by Monday June 20. A letter received from Paula Johnson, Nursing Department Chair was presented to David Crippens to be submitted for funding. The Early Childhood Education Instructional Program would like to use the funds for students to attend the National Association for the Education of Young Children conference in November. Darlene Kuba states that the conference is a great opportunity for students. Chini Johnson-Taylor states that it is not finalized how many students will be going but the intention is to use the funds for students to attend only. Darlene Kuba thanks Chini Johnson-Taylor and Iris Caplan for following up to make sure the funds are spent. Action Taken: No action required.
Item IV: Review of Reporting and Documentation Procedures for Restricted Funds Key Consideration Chini Johnson-Taylor reported the following: o The committee reviewed the draft form for tracking restricted scholarships/grants, input was asked from Christine Du, Administrative Assistant, based upon her work and experience with scholarships and reporting. o The current scholarship form is too restrictive and has no mechanism for followup so she made a draft for documenting restricted funds that come in. o The draft is not a replacement for the current scholarship form and changes can still be made. o Every foundation form should contain the foundation logo. o The footer of the documents should say “LATTC Foundation” and include the date of the last edit. The Committee discusses changes to but the restricted funds draft and the old scholarship establishing form. Darlene Kuba states that there should be a form to collect student recipient date such as name, phone number, and email for the alumni work the foundation will be doing. Chini Johnson-Taylor recommends student scholarship recipients of awards of over $500 be provided with notecards with the foundation logo to write a thankyou note to the funder. Darlene Kuba states that not all the students will do it but it would be nice to have so notes. Darlene Kuba states that there needs to be running list of students who receive scholarships with their contact information. Chini Johnson-Taylor states that the restricted funds form should be completed in the beginning, middle and end of the process of funds distribution as a progress report of what has been done. Action Taken: The following actions are taken: A motion is made by Darlene Kuba and seconded by Chini Johnson-Taylor to Committee Name: LATTC Foundation Dinner Task Force Date: July 11, 2016
Status of Document: Draft Initials: CD
approve the restricted funds form draft and the revised unrestricted funds scholarship form to be utilized going forward. A motion is made by Darlene Kuba and seconded by Chini Johnson-Taylor to recommend to the board that student scholarship recipients of $500 or more be provided with notecards from the foundation to write a thankyou letter to the funder which will be returned to the foundation and mailed out to the funder.
Meeting Adjourned: Chini Johnson-Taylor adjourned the meeting at 11:01 a.m.
Committee Name: LATTC Foundation Dinner Task Force Date: July 11, 2016