Spring Luncheon & 30th Anniversary Celebration

Thursday, April 27, 2017 11:30am - 1:30pm

Rotary Summit Center, 88 S. 4th Street (7th Floor), San Jose

Celebrating 30 years of serving San Jose’s disadvantaged youth and honoring the leaders and funders who have made our programs possible.

 

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On Thursday, April 27, 2017, from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm, the San Jose Conservation Corps & Charter School (SJCC&CS) will be hosting its second annual Spring Celebration Luncheon at the Rotary Summit Center in San Jose and will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary.

Your support and generosity can help to improve the lives of hundreds of San Jose’s disconnected, at-risk youth and ensure they get the education and job training they need to become responsible, productive, and caring citizens and to have the opportunity they deserve to change their lives.


SJCC&CS is pleased to announce the members of the Honorary Host Committee for our Spring Luncheon and 30th Anniversary Celebration:

Honorary Event Co- Chairs

Hon. Susan Hammer

former San Jose Mayor

Hon. Margie Matthews

former San Jose City Council Member

Hon. Shirley Lewis

former San Jose City Council Member and San Jose Vice Mayor

Honorary Host Committee

Hon. Jim Beall

California State Senator, District 15

Hon. Magdelena Carrasco

San Jose City Council, District 5 - Vice Mayor

Hon. Cindy Chavez

Santa Clara County Supervisor, District 2

Hon. Dave Cortese

Santa Clara County Supervisor, District 3

Hon. Devora Davis

San Jose City Council, District 6

Hon. Tony Estremera

Santa Clara Valley Water District, Director – District 6

Hon. Sergio Jimenez

San Jose City Council, District 2

Hon. Linda LeZotte

Santa Clara Valley Water District, Director – District 4

Hon. Evan Low

California State Assembly Member, District 28

Hon. Tam Nguyen

San Jose City Council, District 7

Hon. Richard Santos

Santa Clara Valley Water District, District 3

Hon. Mark Stone

California State Assembly Member, District 29

Hon. John Varela

Santa Clara Valley Water District, District 1

Hon. Bob Wieckowski

California State Senator, District 10

Hon. Ken Yeager

Santa Clara County Supervisor, District 4


NorCal TV Star to Emcee Spring Luncheon

Damian Trujillo, NBC Bay Area Reporter since 1996, will serve as the Luncheon’s master of ceremonies. A South Bay native, Trujillo is the host and producer of “Comunidad Del Valle,” the longest running public affairs program in the Bay Area. Comunidad Del Valle now also airs in Spanish on Telemundo 48. He was named “2004 Reporter of the Year” by the Associated Press Television and Radio Association for California and Nevada and five times nominated for an Emmy Award. We are honored to have Damian Trujillo at our event!

What We Do

We seek to create sustainable, healthy communities and environments for the larger San Jose community, while helping to address and mitigate the human and economic losses from failing to educate and properly train the area’s high school dropouts.

A History of Success

Since 1987, SJCC&CS has provided more than 20,000 of San Jose’s most disadvantaged youth, ages 18-27, with the education, job training, and life skills they need to complete their high school diploma and obtain a living wage job.

Community Impact

SJCC&CS’s academic and vocational training programs help to reconnect young men and women who have faced multiple barriers to education and employment. Our programs help to close the significant gaps in education, income, employment and opportunity that exist for these youth, despite the relative affluence of our area.

WAYS YOU CAN BE INVOLVED

Become a Sponsor

Scroll down to see a description of our sponsorship levels and become a sponsor online, or download and use our sponsor form if you would like to pay by check.

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Online ticket sales are now closed. Walk-ins will be welcome at the event.

 

Can’t Attend?

Make a general donation to SJCC&CS if you can't attend.

You Can Support the Spring Celebration Luncheon

All donations received from sponsorships and ticket sales will support the educational program in our Charter School, with a portion of the funds dedicated to scholarships for students who wish to continue their education at a post-secondary or vocational program.

Review sponsorship levels below.

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GRADUATE

$30,000

Special recognition at Luncheon during presentations and program

Prominent listing, logo, and short description on digital & print materials and event program

Large logo and link on the SJCC&CS Luncheon webpages; prominent listing in Annual Report

Reserved premium table (10 seats) at the Luncheon

TRAILBLAZER

$15,000

Prominent listing, logo, and short description on digital & print materials and event program

Large logo and link on the SJCC&CS Luncheon webpages; prominent listing in Annual Report

Reserved premium table (10 seats) at the Luncheon

RAINMAKER

$10,000

Prominent listing and logo on all publicity materials (digital & print) and event program

Large logo and link on the SJCC&CS Luncheon webpages; prominent listing in Annual Report

Reserved table (10 seats) at the Luncheon

 

CONSERVATIONIST

$5,000

Listing and logo on all publicity materials (digital & print) and event program

Large logo and link on the SJCC&CS Luncheon webpages; special listing in Annual Report

Reserved table (10 seats) at the Luncheon

CHANGE AGENT

$2,500

Listing on all publicity materials (digital & print) and event program

Medium logo and link on the SJCC&CS Luncheon webpages, special listing in Annual Report

6 tickets for the Luncheon

CULTIVATOR

$1,500

Listing on all publicity materials (digital & print) and event program

Small logo and link on the SJCC&CS Luncheon webpages, special listing in Annual Report

4 tickets for the Luncheon

 

STEWARD

$1,000

Listing on selected publicity materials and event program

Name and link on the SJCC&CS Luncheon webpages

2 tickets for the Luncheon

ACTIVIST

$500

Listing on event signage at Luncheon, including program

2 tickets for the Luncheon

ADVOCATE

$300

Listing on event signage at Luncheon, including program

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