Overview

Proposition 39, The California Clean Energy Jobs Act, passed by the voters in 2012 has awarded a series of 5 one-year appropriations to fund energy-efficient projects for the California Community College system. In 2012-13 the community college system received $40,000,000, in 2013-14 the community college system received 37,500,000, in 2015-16 the community college system received $38,737,000, and in 2016-17 the community college system received $49,200,000. The funding is distributed on a Full-Time Equivalent Students (FTES) basis for qualifying projects.

Contacts 

Emily Courtney 
Regional Prop 39 Director
Skyline College
South/West Bay
emilycourtneyprop39@gmail.com 
Kevin Byrne
Regional Prop 39 Director 
Santa Rosa Junior College
North/East Bay
kbyrne@santarosa.edu

Resources

Prop 39 Clean Energy Workforce Education Slideshow 11-15-18  - presented on BACCC Nov Monthly Call 


Upcoming Meetings/Calls 

TBA


Previous Meetings/Calls

Tues/Wed June 5 & 6, 2018, Inside California's Electric Infrastructure: Integrated Distributed Energy Resources Symposium, 250 Outcropping Way, Folsom, CA 95630 Click here to Register, Event Flyer


Prop 39 Clean Energy Funding Application Process - Deadline March 23rd, 2018 
Bay Region Community College Career & Workforce Leadership, Faculty and staff are invited to apply for Proposition 39 funding to advance pathways, partnerships, and programming to develop a strong workforce in the Energy, Construction and Utilities sector.  Apply for initial funding of up to $90,000

Click here to review eligible TOP Codes.
Click here to view & download the grant application for colleges in the North and East Bay.
Click here to view & download the grant application for colleges in the South and West Bay.

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