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Community Partner Annual Sponsorship

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El Camino College is proud to educate and prepare the next generation of employees and leaders for our community. In partnership with corporations and individuals we build better futures through education.

Our dedication to academic excellence in all areas of study, consistently high transfer rate to four year universities and exceptional career and technical training ranks us as one of the top 100 Community Colleges in the Nation. We are committed to providing the best in STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) through programs in Engineering Technology, Manufacturing Technology, Allied Health Programs and Computer Information Systems to name just a few.

This is why we invite you to partner with the El Camino College Foundation as a Community Partner Annual Sponsor. The support of companies with a vested interest in the South Bay community is critical. Your sponsorship recognizes your company as an organization that believes in the community and the power of education. As a sponsor you will be recognized and acknowledged as having a special relationship with El Camino College including membership in our President's Circle, invitations to special events on campus and sponsorship of the Warriors Athletics Golf Classic.

We invite you to consider becoming a Community Partner Annual Sponsor. Your financial support plays a vital role in our students' success. Together we can have a huge impact in our South Bay community and beyond.

For more information about Community Partner Annual Sponsorships, please contact Andrea Sala, Foundation Executive Director;  or call (310) 660-6040. 

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The El Camino College Foundation would like to thank our 2016/2017 Community Partners.



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Our Community Partners were recognized at the Foundation's annual President's Breakfast, which marked the first Foundation event with the new El Camino College President/Superintendent, Dena Maloney.  Our Community Partners include, Lendlease, Keenan & Associates, Climatec, HMC Architects, SchoolsFirst Credit Union, Supervisor Don Knabe, American Drilling, AT&T, DLR Group, Payden & Rygel, Gensler Architects, tBP Architecture, and Torrance Memorial Medical Center. 


Dena Maloney        Randy Hartman, Bob Bradshaw  

El Camino College President/Superintendent Dena Maloney talks about the future of El Camino College at the annual President's Circle breakfast.  She gave special recognition to the Foundation's Community Partners.


Randy Hartman, Vice President/Project Executive at Lendlease with Bob Bradshaw, El Camino College's Construction Manager.

Bill Fleischman, Jo Ann Higdon, Paul Hengehold   Maribel Denner  
Bill Fleischman, owner of the Roadium; Jo Ann Higdon, El Camino College Vice President of Administrative Services; and Paul Hengehold, Manager of the Roadium.   Maribel Denner, President of the El Camino College Foundation.  
Dena Maloney, Steve Napolitano   Bill Fleischman, John Heffernan  
President Dena Maloney and Steve Napolitano, Field Deputy for LA County Supervisor Don Knabe.   Community Partners Ian Jeter of SchoolsFirst Credit Union; Bill Fleischman owner of the Roadium; and John Heffernan of AT&T.  
President Maloney, Laura Jelin   Ian Jeter, President Maloney  
Climatec's Laura Jelin with President Maloney.   SchoolsFirst's Ian Jeter with President Maloney.  
Sharen Stanek Lowe, President Maloney   Randy Hartman, President Maloney  
Keenan & Associates' Sharon Stanek Lowe with President Maloney.   Lendlease's Randy Hartman with President Maloney.  
Randy Hartman   DLR, Dan Frank, President Maloney, Rob White  
Randy Hartman talks about the transformation of the El Camino College campus.   DLR Group's Dan Frank; President Maloney; Foundation Board member Rob White and his wife, Karen White.  


Last Published 5/24/17