BC Foundation Mini-Grants

Pride Theatre Festival poster

The 2019-20 BC Foundation Mini-Grant Application is now available.
Click here to begin your application.

Applications, including all required signatures, must be submitted online no later than 11:59 P.M., Friday, November 15, 2019.

Questions? Please contact the Foundation at foundation@bellevuecollege.edu.

BC Foundation Mini-Grants are open to faculty, staff, and administrators and are given to support ongoing projects, one-time projects and new programs that may not be eligible for support through other college funding sources. Preference is given to projects that are consistent with the college’s strategic plan as well as the President’s and Foundation’s priorities and goals. The program is funded by donors to the BC Foundation, including many BC faculty and staff.

2019-2020 Mini-Grant Information Sessions

The BC Foundation would like to invite you to join us in the Faculty Commons for our Mini-Grant Information Session series for the 2019-20 Mini-Grant application year. Stop by and discuss that idea you have been considering, have your application draft read by a Foundation staff member, or just learn more about the program and process. There is no official program and interested individuals are welcome to drop in at any time during the session. We hope to see you there!

Date:Time: Location:RSVP:
Tuesday, September 24, 20191:30 PM - 2:30 PMFaculty Commons: D104ERegister
Thursday, October 10, 201910:30 AM - 11:30 AMFaculty Commons: D104ERegister
Wednesday, October 23, 20193:30 PM - 4:30 PMFaculty Commons: D104ERegister

Announcing the Recipients of the
2018-2019 Foundation Mini-Grants

In December 2018, the BC Foundation awarded $20,000 in Mini-Grants to a number of BC’s faculty, staff, and administrators for a wide range of projects.

NATIONAL FIRST-GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENT CELEBRATION
Barbara Brodsky (TRiO)

MATH CHALLENGE PROBLEM CONTEST
Ricardo Chavez (Mathematics)

UPDATED TECHNOLOGY FOR STUDENTS
Sheena Davis (Occupational & Life Skills)

PRIDE THEATRE FESTIVAL
Tammis Doyle (Theatre Arts, Drama & Dance)

GIRLS CAN CODE SUMMER CAMP
Carl Freeberg (iBIT)

MAKING BETTER INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS: LED LIGHTS
Gordon Hom (Library Media Center/eLearning)

LIBRARY BROCHURE IN SIX LANGUAGES
Xinhang Hu (Library)

CIVIL RIGHTS PILGRIMAGE TO IRELAND
Tim Jones (Political Science)

USABILITY TESTING FOR LIBRARY RESEARCH GUIDES
Lisa Lapointe (Library)

CREATING A CULTURE OF KINDNESS: MEETING THE SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS WHILE CREATING SAFE BOUNDARIES
Pilar Lopez (Occupational & Life Skills)

FOSTERING EQUITY & INCLUSIVE ACCESS: PROVIDING PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENTS FOR LOW-INCOME STUDENTS WITH SUSPECTED LEARNING DISABILITIES
Steven Martel, Yu-ting Su, Ana Bravo (Counseling Center)

A STRENGTH-BASED APPROACH TO WORKING EFFECTIVELY IN TEAMS: TRAINING AND RESOURCES FOR FACULTY AND STUDENTS
Katherine Medbery-Oleson (Communications Studies)

GC-ECD FOR REAL-LIFE ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY INVESTIGATIONS
Lucas Monkkonen (Chemistry/Instruction)

UPGRADES TO BC SCULPTURE STUDIO
Christopher Oliver (Art)

FUNCTIONAL FITNESS SPACE PROJECT
Peter Prescott (Health & Physical Education)

Please join us in congratulating all of the recipients!

Last Updated September 17, 2019