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FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT

ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY COLLEGE


Transforming Lives & Strengthening Communities Keeping education affordable.......................... 4-5 Teaching and learning enhanced................... 6-7

any of the students at

In addition, our Foundation staff has

St. Charles Community College

initiated many new programs and activities

are successful because of your support.

aimed at expanding and enhancing

Stay connected, make an impact.................... 8-9

Whether you contributed to a scholarship,

resources. In January 2018, SCC launched

Graduates today, leaders of tomorrow........10-11

the endowment or one of our fundraising

a new Alumni Association, which has

activities, your contribution is making

already surpassed the expected level of

a difference. As you may be aware,

membership for the first semester.

these are challenging times. The state’s

This is just one of the success stories

Events, fast facts............................................... 12-13 Thank you........................................................... 14-15 SCC employees make a difference.............. 16-17 SCC Foundation leadership.................................18 Ways to give..............................................................19

disinvestment in higher education, coupled with declining enrollment, has limited our capacity to fully meet the needs of students. We are fortunate to have a strong and successful Foundation with board members who understand

The St. Charles Community College Foundation, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, enhances learning environments for thousands of students each year through scholarship awards, academic and program enhancements and community outreach.

and support the needs of our students.

included in the 2018 Foundation annual report, Transform. I hope you enjoy reading about the Foundation’s many accomplishments and that you remember the extraordinary role you play in contributing to the success of our students.

Barbara R. Kavalier, Ph.D. SCC president


Keeping education affordable Carol McCauley Swink Memorial Scholarship is making a difference

FAMILY CONTINUES LEGACY BY EDUCATING OTHERS etermined to make a positive impact after a tragic accident, Sue Klobnak and her family established an endowed scholarship as a living legacy in memory of her sister Carol, who was a victim of a drunk driver in 1991. Just prior to the accident, Carol had decided to change careers from cosmetology to nursing, and started taking classes at SCC. Sue and her family wanted to honor Carol's hard work, caring nature, compassion for others and desire to help people by establishing the scholarship. As a high school teacher, Sue said she also saw a need in the community to help others go to college. The family continues to support the scholarship today. Now in place of sadness is an everlasting, positive tribute to Carol that is helping many students to reach their own dreams of getting a college education.

SUE KLOBNAK “Education is important to my family, and we wanted to do something meaningful to continue Carol’s legacy. It’s a way of giving back to the community and helping others.” Pictured: Sue Klobnak with photo of sister Carol 4

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Sue and her husband have three adult children, including two who attended SCC.


THANK YOU TO A LL W HO H AV E ESTA BLISHED THESE SCHOL A RSHIPS Ameristar Casino Arnie Stanek Graduate GED/HSE Barklage, Brett & Hamil – Pre-Law Barnes-Jewish St. Peters Hospital Nursing Betty Tyree Osiek Graduate GED/HSE >> Carol McCauley Swink Memorial Cottleville Firefighters Outreach First Responder

“Thank you first and foremost,” Erin said. “With childcare costs and other expenses, the scholarship was a big relief.”

Cottleville/Weldon Spring Chamber of Commerce Cottleville/Weldon Spring Rotary Scholarship Dewey Memorial Diana Romans Scholarship for Clinical Excellence Edward M. Kennedy Public Service Florence Killian Memorial Former Mayor of Cottleville Stephen Kochanski Friends of SSM St. Joseph Auxiliary Nursing

uch like Sue Klobnak’s sister, Erin also wants to change her career from cosmetology to nursing. With a passion for helping others, a dream to work in the medical field and a need to help support her family, Erin decided to become a nurse. She was inspired by her mother who also went back to school later in life to become a nurse. Erin is now surrounded by friends and family in the nursing profession who are encouraging her and ready to help her if needed.

MEET ERIN, 2017 CAROL MCCAULEY SWINK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT

While she is still considering what area of nursing to specialize in, she currently is working toward an associate degree in nursing. Her plans are to begin her career in nursing and then eventually continue on to get her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing. Erin has made a few sacrifices, but she wants to show her two children that you can do anything your heart desires. She also is willing to put in the work it takes to accomplish her dream. “If you dream about it, you can make it happen,” Erin said.

Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce Harvester Kiwanis Club Health Information Technology Helen and Paul Schnare InNovare Law, LC James F. Ronkoski Memorial Criminal Justice Jerry E. Scheidegger Family Jo Anne Rocklage Memorial Kathy Underwood Smith Memorial Kevin Kast Family Maria Espinoza Presidential Leadership Michael Thomas Williams Michelle Killeen Memorial President’s Rising Star Award Progress West Hospital Nursing Rotary Club of St. Charles SCC Employee Sponsored Program (ESP) SCC Faculty Association SCC Foundation General St. Charles Noonday Kiwanis SSM Health Healing Presence Stephen & Lisa Randoll Tammy T. Hooks

$90,000 AWA RDED IN SCHOL A RSHIPS

Thea Born "Women in STEM" Thomson Greenwood Nursing William Lohmar Endowment and Scholarship Fund Zonta-Marlene Fraser Irish Memorial

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Teaching and learning enhanced Committed to excellence in instruction and support services

3D TECHNOLOGY PREPARES STUDENTS FOR MODERN CAREERS

THESE A RE SOME OF THE

$115,000

IN ACADEMIC A ND PROGR AM ENHANCEMENTS AWA RDED.

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3D SCANNER

3D PRINTER FIL AMENT

Now students learning engineering in SCC workforce development and industrial training programs like manufacturing, supply chain logistics and welding have access to this technology. It is also used at community outreach events like Manufacturing Day and the Lego Robotics Challenge to introduce high school students to engineering.

SCC students can experience 3D printing thanks to help from the SCC Foundation in providing the filament for a 3D printer recently donated to the SCC library. Use of this new technology is increasing in the workforce, from manufacturing to medicine.


MEDICAL EQUIPMENT ENHANCES LEARNING nfant manikins and other donated equipment create a realistic medical environment for students who are studying to become medical assistants. The Medical Assisting certificate program was added in January as SCC continues to develop its programs to better meet the needs of the growing healthcare industry. Students are learning to assist doctors with administrative and clinical responsibilities, preparing to work in physician offices, clinics, labs, surgery centers, long-term healthcare facilities and more. Thanks to your generosity, the SCC Foundation was able to fill a need for supplies, providing an EKG machine to perform cardiac testing, a machine to complete sterilization procedures, manikins for studying infant care and other classroom materials students use to learn necessary skills required for certification.

AND ... Assistive technology

Computer-aided language learning

Molecular models for Biology

Chemistry analytical balances

Documentary showing of “Angst�

Nightstands for beds in Nursing Assistant lab

Chemistry pH meters

Math tournament

WiFi hotspots

Your gifts make a difference. Learn how you can support academic and program enhancements at SCC: Betsy Schneider, executive director of Foundation, at bschneider@stchas.edu or 636-922-8473.

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2 Stay connected Make an impact Alumni Association is now active

2018-19 ALUMNI COUNCIL The Alumni Association is led by the Alumni Council, a group of alumni leaders. The council came together in the spring of 2017 to work strategically with the SCC Foundation to launch an Alumni Association in 2018. First row (left to right): Jim Wieczorek, Rob Dixon, Laura Helling, Laurie Evans-Schoenecker, Michelle Spring, Joi Niedner, Dr. Barbara Kavalier. Second row: Janele Riggs, Ben Overberg, Rich Loughridge. 8

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ENDOWMENT S U R PA S S E S

$1,000,000

THE KICKOFF The SCC Foundation kicked off the new Alumni Association with a St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast on Saturday, March 17. Alumni and friends enjoyed green pancakes before going to the Cottleville St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

“We’re looking for proud SCC alumni to join us, especially those who would like SCC to be the best it can be for their friends, children and neighbors.” -Jim Wieczorek, class of 1996, SCC Alumni Council chair and 2016 Distinguished Alumnus

BECOME AN ALUMNI ASSOCIATION MEMBER he Alumni Association is a group of former students who are interested in cultivating relationships with students and alumni to foster a sense of community while working together to build college pride. Some ways include:

• Volunteering time to mentor a student or present to a class

• Opportunities to stay connected or make an impact

• Giving financially to support scholarships, teaching/learning or the endowment

• Invitations to events and networking opportunities

• Recognition as a member, including a listing on SCC’s website

• Sharing expertise or your story to make a difference for someone else

• Receiving communications

There is no cost to join and members have opportunities to make an impact and to stay connected with the college, students and each other. stchas.edu/alumni

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Graduates today, leaders of tomorrow Students and community reap benefits

STEVEN THOMAS CLASS OF 2001 decorated military veteran of the U.S. Navy with 20 years of experience working in the intelligence community, Steven is director of advanced systems and manager of business development for Ball Aerospace and Technologies in St. Louis. Steven also is president and founder of GEO STL, a 501(c)3 focused on establishing a center of excellence and hub of the Geospatial Industry in the greater St. Louis region. While serving in the Navy, he developed a passion for the field of intelligence and decided to further his education so that he would be able to continue and advance in his field. Although he previously earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering, he needed a different degree for his career path. He chose St. Charles Community College because it was near where he grew up and offered a flexible course schedule. He credits SCC for helping him to make the transition from the Navy into collegiate studies.

2018 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD RECIPIENT “SCC allowed me not only to change my career path but also to make the most of the college experience so that I was better suited for success in my career.” 10

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After earning an Associate of Arts degree from SCC, he transferred to the University of Missouri-St. Louis to earn a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and then a Master of Business Administration. While Steven likes his career, he is most proud of his family. He and his wife live in Defiance, Mo., and have two boys (9 and 3) and two girls (8 and 5). He enjoys spending time coaching their swimming and soccer teams and being a Cub Scout leader.


Meet Jamie Koenig CL ASS OF 2015 , SCHOL ARSHIP RECIPIENT, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TEACHER

A scholarship from the SCC Foundation helped this hard-working, determined young professional put her lifelong goal to teach children into action. Today Jamie has her first job teaching first grade in the Fort Zumwalt School District and loves being a positive influence and a resource for kids in her own community. Because she took advantage of the many resources at SCC, she said now there is nothing to hold her back – not even finances. “If it weren’t for SCC, I wouldn’t be where I am today,” Jamie said. While getting her Associate of Arts in Teaching, she was able to get experience in a classroom setting and be a part of the Junior Achievement program. Her excellent grades allowed her to get another scholarship for the University of Missouri-St. Louis, where she earned bachelor’s degrees in elementary education and special education. She said she plans to continue on to get a master’s degree in school counseling. “I really appreciate the opportunities the scholarship and the college provided for me,” Jamie said.

Meet Eva Jones CL ASS OF 2018, SCHOL ARSHIP RECIPIENT, FUTURE NURSE With a mom who is a nurse, a dad who was a police officer and paramedic, and a grandma who worked as a clerk in a hospital, Eva is following in the footsteps of the others in her family by becoming a nurse. “I love the nursing faculty,” Eva said. “They will tell you straight up that sometimes it will be difficult and time-consuming, but that it will also improve your life and you will be so proud of what you did.” Eva earned an Associate of Science degree at SCC. She plans to become a Registered Nurse for labor and delivery, and then to pursue her Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

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While working toward her nursing degree, Eva also worked part-time at a hospital as a patient access representative. Though even with a part-time job, Eva said the scholarship made all the difference in being able to go to school, get an education and achieve a degree. “When I opened the letter with my mom and found out I received a scholarship, I started dancing in the yard,” Eva said. “Thank you so much for helping me to continue my education. I would give you a hug if I could.”

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Events

FOOD TRUCK FROLIC AND FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT

Premier sponsors:

128 golfers came together to raise more than $46,000 at the 21st annual Presidents Classic Golf Scramble on Sept. 25, 2017. Co-chairs were Richard Jensen and Chuck Pilliod.

The Food Truck Frolic and Family Movie Night events are a team effort made possible by volunteers and staff from SCC Student Activities, the SCC Foundation and the Cottleville-Weldon Spring Chamber of Commerce. Events are held monthly during the summer, each with food trucks, vendors and a family movie beginning at dusk.

PRESIDENTS CL ASSIC GOLF SCR AMBLE

Eagle Sponsors: Foodie sponsor: Birdie Sponsors:

More info: foodtruckfrolic.com Community sponsors: Acropolis Investment Management LLC, Commerce Bank, First Community Credit Union, Lucy Roberts – Coldwell Banker, NHC – National HealthCare Corporation, Renewal by Andersen, UPS, Vantage Credit Union

POLICE AND FIRE SOFTBALL FUNDR AISER The SCC Police Department, Cottleville Police Department and the Cottleville Fire Protection District played softball and raised more than $7,000 to support the SCC Student Care Fund, Responder Rescue and the Backstoppers. SCC Chief of Police Bob Ronkoski organized the event.

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Par sponsors included Acropolis Investment Management LLC, Al Wansing – State Farm, Ameristar, Barnes-Jewish St. Peters and Progress West Hospitals, Commerce Bank, Enterprise Bank & Trust, Mercy, Missouri General Insurance, Modern Business Interiors, NHC – National HealthCare Corporation, ServiceMASTER Restore, State Farm, UPS and Warrenton Oil.


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STUDENTS WITH AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE EARN

36%

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$11,000

(Full year unduplicated 2016-17)

more on average annually compared to those with only a high school diploma. (Missouri Community College Association)

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T U I TperIcredit O hour N Compared to universities where most students transfer, SCC’s tuition is about 1/3 the cost.

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MORE THAN

100,000 STUDENTS

have completed at least one credit hour since SCC was established in 1986.

(Missouri Community College Association)

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COMMUNIT Y MEMBERS GIVE BACK Vials and labels in the pharmacy at the Center for Healthy Living were donated by RX Systems, Inc. This is one of many classrooms to receive educational equipment thanks to Richard and Linda Jensen.

RICHARD AND LINDA JENSEN ntrepreneurism and family go hand in hand for Richard and Linda Jensen. They believe that if we want a qualified workforce, we need to invest in the education of future generations. Early in his life, Richard’s service in the U.S. Air Force sparked an interest in medicine, and he said a community college chemistry professor later cultivated that interest. He earned an Associate of Arts in chemistry and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology. While at the college in Rochester, Minn., he met his future wife Linda, who had just become 14

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a Licensed Practical Nurse. After getting married and graduating from the University of Minnesota, Richard was fortunate to find a good job in the health field. It wasn’t long, however, until he developed a strong desire to become an entrepreneur. Richard turned his original interest in medicine into a successful family business when he started RX Systems, Inc., in 1979. Today he is CEO of the St. Charles-based manufacturer and provider of pharmacy packaging and supplies, which has grown to 270 employees, including his three children.

Because of his own experience starting at a community college, Richard recognizes the role it plays in the education of his employees and knows first-hand the importance of providing scholarships along with the proper equipment for student education. That’s what motivates him today to help raise funds for students through the SCC Foundation, where he serves as a board member and co-chairs the golf committee. Richard and Linda have two sons, Jason and Derek, one daughter, Eve, and eight grandchildren.


Thank you to the generous ... COMMUNITY MEMBERS, LEADERS, PHILANTHROPISTS, BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY, PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS AND MORE WHO SUPPORTED THE SCC FOUNDATION IN 2017. CHAMPIONS

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($25 ,000+) Thea Born Estate

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AMBASSADORS ($10,000-$24 ,999) AT&T Barnes-Jewish St. Peters & Progress West Hospitals SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital – St. Charles and SSM Health St. Joseph Hospital – Lake St. Louis Callie and Kurtis Daniels * General Motors Wentzville Assembly Richard B. and Linda M. Jensen UPS

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Amigos of St. Charles Beatrice's Traveling Boutique Blues Fired Pizza Dr. John Bookstaver * Lisa Buda * Jennifer Bussen * Calcari Insurance Agency Inc. Cass Commercial Bank Chesterfield Service Chris' Smoke House Cintas Corporation Reid E. Clark * Corporate Group, Inc. Costco Wholesale Cottleville Firefighters Community Outreach Cottleville St. Patricks Day Foundation Cottleville-Weldon Spring Chamber of Commerce Sandra Daniels Mrs. Donna Davis * Jeff Drake * Molly and Denis D'Souza Joy Dufrain * Eagle Construction & Restoration Dave Ehlmann * ESCD Enterprises LLC Sergio and Sherry Espinoza Honorable Sally Faith Deborah Fann Fireside Financial - Justin W. Miller, Financial Advisor The Flett Family * Kate Foulke and Casey Shaar Meghan Fryer The Galbierz Family * Sarah Garcua Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce Gene Culver Jenny Hahn-Schnipper * Sally and John Hallvax * Mitch Harden * Hawk Ridge Family Chiropractic LLC Brent Hickenbottom * Tammy Hooks Paul Ince InNovare Law, LC

Marjorie Johnson * Karen Jones * Kiwanis Club of St. Charles Project Fund Kohl's Kona Ice La Chata Mexican Cuisine John Laurent Racine E. Leahy David Leezer Legal Advisory Group LLC Kyle Linden * Lindenwood Dentistry Paul Listenberger Teresa and Steve Lovan * Darren and Brenda Lowder Jamie Manning Devlin McDonough Heather McDorman * Rex McKanry * Kasey and Todd McKee* Lauren Moss Laura Muraski My Big Fat Greek Truck Peter Novak Mr. and Mrs. Darren Osburn * Kelly Paladin * Patriot Machine, Inc. Bridgett Pelikan Perez Family Chiropractic Pet Stuff Missouri LLC Ben Pitts Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region Corey Porter * Pamela Purtle * Prapat Pusopa Quincy Farm & Home Distributing David Reimers * Jacalyn Riegel Lucia M. Roberts Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Ronkoski * Safety National Sarah's Cake Stop Peggy and David Schnardthorst * School District of Jennings Sharon Schreiber * Cottleville Wine Seller

Senior Planning Solutions Chris and Mildred Shreves Patti and Ray Silvey Slice of the Hill The SOHO Shop, LLC St. Charles Chapter, NSDAR St. Louisiana Q St. Luke's Hospital St. Peters Auto Spa, LC Amanda L. Templer * Thai Jasmine Rebecca Thomas * Chris Thomas Christina Usher * Chris and Dave Van Mierlo * Dr. Mara Vorachek-Warren * Darcy Walsh Wayno's Mobile International Cuisine Lisle and Sterling Wescott James and Jane Williams Wingnut, LLC Wish Upon a Star with Us Katherine Wrenn Yo! Salsa

(Left to right) Kristin Williams, hospital foundation director; Betsy Schneider, SCC Foundation director; Chris Watts, hospital president; and Dr. Barbara Kavalier, SCC president.

Thank you to Barnes-Jewish St. Peters & Progress West Hospitals for $10,000 to support scholarships and academic/ program enhancements.

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T HOSE W HO DESIGNAT E A PL A N N ED GI F T TO SCC Mr. Hal Berry * Ms. Thea M. Born Dr. Clark and Pam Cilek * Sara and Joe Cook Dr. Mike Dompierre * Ms. Brenda Fraser & Ms. Patrice Billings Judith P. Hodge David and Edie Kirk * Scott and Denise Liebel Dr. Betty Tyree Osiek Ms. Russlyn (Rusty) St. John * Tom and Cathy Wootten

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SCC employees make a difference 243 GENEROUS ESP MEMBERS R AISED MORE THAN $35 ,000 TO SUPPORT:

SINCE 1995 , THE EMPLOYEE SPONSORED PROGR AM (ESP) HAS BEEN SPREADING COMPASSION AND GOODWILL TO STUDENTS, CO-WORKERS AND OUR COMMUNIT Y. Listed here by years of membership are employees who signed up or renewed ESP gifts for the 2016-17 academic year. 23 YEARS Mike Dompierre Pat McDermott

SCHOL ARSHIPS to help students reach their educational dreams

22 YEARS Kathy Brockgreitens Heather McDorman Cindy Strodtman

to make the college a better place to learn and work

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to show compassion to fellow team members during times of grief and celebrate with them in welcoming little ones into the world

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CELEBR ATION OF LIFE AND NEW LIFE

11 YEARS Linda Branch Lori Nash

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Donna Davis Joy Dufrain Mary Jo Grimm Jan Hackney Kelley Pfeiffer Stephanie Tolson

12 YEARS Anonymous Anonymous Jeanette Boria* Theresa Flett Nancy Graviett Kyle Linden

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9 YEARS Laura Austin Jeff Drake Kathy Drews Beth Rigoni-Finders Todd Galbierz Kim Greenwood Jennifer Lansdowne Teresa Laugeman Kelly Mitchell Jeannie Nevins Darren Osburn Robert Ronkoski Vicki Skiles Mandi Smith Louise Tannehill Ginny Tiller

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Fay Aubuchon Ken Bray Callie Daniels John Foster Christina Gant Karen George Tom LaFata* Jennifer LeGrand Dorrit O'Hallaron Trish Orf Jackie Radle John Richardson Susie Rubemeyer Peggy Schnardthorst Diana Schoo Debra Stein Lisa Stoner Gail Voss

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7 YEARS Anonymous Anonymous Dr. John Bookstaver Patty Boxdorfer Jeff Bradbury Cheryl Eichenseer Paige George William Griffin Monica Hall-Woods John Hallvax Vicky Herbel Amy M. Koehler Teresa Lovan Beth Michael-Smith Sonja Mugler Dennis Pezzani Laura Powell Tracy Powers Steve Randoll

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David Reimers Paul Roesler Pamela Ronkoski Dave Schuchmann Marvin Tobias Henry Versemann

6 YEARS Laurie Bernardy BIll Binsbacher Ashley Calton Rich Christianson Mary Kathleen Curry Zoe Fitzgerald Jenny Hahn-Schnipper Kelly Heuermann Katherine Keating Keith Kolander Kelly Merrifield Mary Presley Betsy Schneider Mary Smithson

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Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Jen Bussen Reid Clark Jeannie Guild Brent Hickenbottom Sam J. Imperiale Margie Johnson Dr. Barbara Kavalier Kayse Larkin Justine Lundin Brandon Misher Debbie Mulherin Pat O'Leary Janet Ouellette Rachael Ragsdale Katy Ronkoski Tracey Rudisill Matt Schneider Amanda L. Templer Jane Thomas Pamela Warren

WHY I GIVE: I give because I believe we have an obligation to assist those less fortunate than ourselves, not just from our surplus, but sacrificially as well. In light of this, my wife and I keep our eyes open to the opportunities that come our way, and helping provide scholarships to deserving SCC students through ESP is, unquestionably, one very worthy opportunity that gives us joy to support. Kyle Linden, assistant professor of mathematics and chair of the ESP committee, has been an SCC employee for 14 years and an ESP member for 12 years.

NEW MEMBERS Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Sara Brodribb Dr. Felicia Emery Hunter Gibson Cindy Mulford Gary Schwendemann Jessica Stafford Ed Streicher Ranya Taqieddin

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2018-19 SCC FOUNDATION BOARD President – Mr. Seth Peimann; NHC HealthCare St. Charles Past President – Mr. Joe Cook; J.S. Cook Advisors President-Elect – Mr. Scott Liebel; Ameren Missouri Treasurer – Mrs. Cindy Elking; Retired, Quintessential Catering Assistant Treasurer – Mr. Chuck Pilliod; Krey Distributing Company Secretary – Ms. Dianne Garrison; SantoLubes LLC Member-at-Large – Mr. John Laurent; Enterprise Rent-a-Car Mr. Jim Borchers

Mr. Richard Jensen

Mr. Peter Novak

InNovare Law, LC

RX Systems, Inc.

Ms. Melissa Caputo

Mr. Donald E. Kalicak

Boeing Defense, Space & Security

Commerce Bank

Mercy

Mrs. Pamela Cilek

Ms. Racine Leahy

SCC Board of Trustees Liaison, Retired from SCC

Rockstep Capital

Ms. Renee Roach

Ms. Sherry Espinoza, MSN, RN

Mr. David Leezer City of St. Charles Department of Economic Development

SSM Health – St. Louis Region

Applied Technology Adult Education

Mr. Scott A. Lewis

Dr. Graham Fisher

St. Charles County Sheriff

Retired from SunEdison Semiconductor Ltd.

Mr. Mike T. Lissner

Mr. Tom Hebson

Acropolis Investment Management

Safety National

Ms. Stacey Lutgen

Mr. David Hopkins

Ameristar Casino

UPS

Ms. Shelley Machens

Dr. Carissima Hudson

Aerobiotix, Inc.

SunEdison Semiconductor Ltd.

Fireside Financial

Mr. Paul R. Ince U.S. Bank

Mr. Dale Poslosky Modern Business Interiors

Ms. Patti S. Silvey

We appreciate our partners in the

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community who help to keep a quality

College Foundation.

education affordable and accessible to

I have seen first-hand how well SCC

students. Together we are transforming

has prepared students to provide

First State Bank of St. Charles

quality care for our patients.

Dr. Stephen Manoj Thompson

With such strong support from

Enterprise Holdings

caring individuals like you, St. Charles

Mr. Chris Watts

Community College can maintain

Barnes-Jewish St. Peters and Progress West Hospitals

Mr. James Wieczorek The Law Firm of Michael T. George, P.C.

Mr. Justin Miller Mr. Thomas Moffett Monsanto Company, Institute for Supply Management – St. Louis

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Thank you for your generous gifts

its high standard of excellence while expanding the educational opportunities for all our citizens.

lives and strengthening communities!

Mr. Seth Peimann, SCC Foundation Board President Administrator, NHC HealthCare St. Charles

The Foundation Board leads the SCC Foundation in its fundraising efforts and supports the mission of St. Charles Community College, college leadership and the SCC Board of Trustees. stchas.edu


Ways to give of your time, talents and treasures PRESIDENT'S LEADERSHIP CIRCLE SCC’s President's Leadership Circle recognizes individual donors who make a leadership gift of $1,000 or more to impact student success through scholarships, academic and program enhancements and community college and career-readiness initiatives.

EMPLOYEE-SPONSORED PROGRAM SCC’s employees donate annually to support scholarships, campus enhancements and the Celebration of Life program. See pages 16-17 for more information.

SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Individuals, businesses and community organizations establish named scholarships to support student success. Donors may also contribute to the general scholarship fund awarded by the SCC Foundation each year.

AREA OF GREATEST NEED Individuals, businesses and community organizations may make donations to help SCC fund an area of greatest need.

ACADEMIC AND PROGRAM ENHANCEMENTS Individuals, businesses and community organizations make gifts and grants that enhance our academic and program offerings to keep a high-quality education affordable.

LEGACY SOCIETY

GIFTS IN-KIND SCC appreciates donations of items or services that can be used in academic programs or for further fundraising, such as auction or raffle items.

VOLUNTEER

SCC’s Legacy Society recognizes donors who have established planned gifts that designate SCC as a beneficiary in their estate plans.

Activities and events are successful because members of our community volunteer their time and talents to help the SCC Foundation achieve goals.

MEMORIAL AND TRIBUTARY

BOARD MEMBERSHIP

Relatives and friends may recognize a loved one through memorial and tributary gifts. Paver bricks may also be purchased to honor or remember family, friends, co-workers and other loved ones.

Committed, connected and collaborative individuals provide personal and professional support through gifts of time, talent and resources.

ENDOWMENTS Endowed funds are invested with the intention of providing income for scholarships as well as academic and program enhancements for years to come.

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIPS We partner with industry leaders, philanthropists, private foundations and others in our community.

EVENTS SCC hosts a number of events and fundraisers throughout the year that draw thousands of community members and students.

Contact us LEARN HOW YOU CAN CUSTOMIZE A GIFT THAT BEST FITS YOUR PASSION. The SCC Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, raises funds to support student scholarships as well as academic and program enhancements for the college. Betsy Schneider Executive Director 636-922-8473 bschneider@stchas.edu Peggy Schnardthorst Development and Foundation Relations Manager 636-922-8278 pschnardthorst@stchas.edu Jessica Stafford Foundation Specialist 636-922-8437 jstafford@stchas.edu

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ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive Cottleville, MO 63376-2865

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CL A SS OF 2018 FOUNDATION SCHOL A RSHIP RECIPIEN TS

Transform: Foundation Annual Report 2018  

Transform: Foundation Annual Report 2018

Transform: Foundation Annual Report 2018  

Transform: Foundation Annual Report 2018