HMC Pro Bono Clinic Project
Harvey Mudd has once again offered us a pro bono Clinic project. This year we have 5 engineering majors and Kash Gokli, Professor of Manufacturing, who are now busy helping us design the production line and processes for the factory. The goal is to have the factory layout, including machines, workstations, and job descriptions completed by 3rd week in December.
A VERY BIG WIN!
With the help of Dr. Enrique Medina and his staff at the Pomona Unified School District Adult Education Dept., we just got confirmation of our approval for Workforce Development grant funding to train approx. 150 solar panel installers and approx. 100 soldering positions. Specifically, we are now approved through I-TRAIN. I-TRAIN is a directory of job training organizations that have been found to be qualified to be reimbursed with federal funds for training individual job tr
Mt. SAC joins LGP
A team from Mt. SAC has now joined our Workforce Development Committee. With the help of an introduction by Debbie Freund, one of our Executive Committee Advisors, Debbie and I met with Dr. William Scroggins, President of Mt. San Antonio College to discuss a workforce development partnership.
New CLGP Committees
Major Gifts/Corporate Giving Government Policy/Grants CommunicationsIn-Kind Giving Solar Panel Communications, Marketing, Sales Workforce Development Environmental Justice Technical Research and Development Energy/Health Nexus Volunteer Recruitment and Management
Welcome our new CHERP Staff! Corinne, Cecily, Emily
Corinne Dorfman, MPA, Cornell University: Over 15 yrs experience in philanthropy consulting aimed at solving community issues with technology and quantitative analysis. Providing CHERP with strategic planning, org. design, volunteer management, technology analysis, fundraising and process review. Cecily Jackson-Zapata, J.D., Stanford Law School, CHERP General Counsel: corporate and tax attorney with over 20 years’ experience - expert in nonprofit governance and management, no
Solar Solutions with Pomona College
One of our new partners, Professor Shannon Gray Randolph at the Hive at Pomona College, is lead of a class of 25 students in a human-centered design project focused on helping us discover the best way to establish trusting relationships with 6,000 low-to-middle income homeowners in Claremont and Pomona – obviously a complicated and massive project and at the heart of our comprehensive community engagement mission. Watch a short video made by one of 5 teams of Pomona College s
Conference Video by Professors Richard Haskell and Peter Saeta
Conference presentation Video by Professors Richard Haskell and Peter Saeta
HMC Technical Trials Completed!
Harvey Mudd Technical Trials are completed and have fully validated our patented hot spot technology. A white paper is currently being written by professors Dick Haskell and Peter Saeta and will be ready for submittal to a peer reviewed, professional journal by end of December.