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    Foothill-De Anza Foundation 2016 Annual Report

  • With over 1 million alumni, Foothill and De Anza graduates are both local and global. Alumni Corner shares their path with you, and the impact the colleges had on where they are today.
     

    Alumni Share the Impact of Foothill and De Anza

    With over 1 million alumni, Foothill and De Anza graduates are both local and global. Alumni Corner shares their path with you, and the impact the colleges had on where they are today.
  • Read the students' firsthand experiences from the Turkana Basin Institute as they embark on fieldwork to explore the origins of humanity.
     

    De Anza students travel to Kenya's Turkana Basin

    Read the students' firsthand experiences from the Turkana Basin Institute as they embark on fieldwork to explore the origins of humanity.
  • Professional Artist Titus Kaphar Works With Students During The Art And Social Justice Institute At the Euphrat Museum Of Art.
     

    De Anza Alumnus Inspires Students Through Art

    Professional Artist Titus Kaphar Works With Students During The Art And Social Justice Institute At the Euphrat Museum Of Art.
  • Los Altos Hills resident Kathleen Santora's passion for students and education leads the Foothill-De Anza Foundation board to focus on student equity, access and opportunity.
     

    Foothill-De Anza Foundation board president leaves a legacy

    Los Altos Hills resident Kathleen Santora's passion for students and education leads the Foothill-De Anza Foundation board to focus on student equity, access and opportunity.
  • De Anza's Institute of Community and Civic Engagement Becomes VIDA, the Vasconcellos Institute for Democracy in Action.
     

    Longtime legislator John Vasconcellos memorialized at De Anza College

    De Anza's Institute of Community and Civic Engagement Becomes VIDA, the Vasconcellos Institute for Democracy in Action.
  • Dean Michele LeBleu-Burns recounts her story, and the stories of countless other EOPS students empowered by the program and using their education to create a positive impact in their community.
     

    De Anza EOPS program quietly changes lives

    Dean Michele LeBleu-Burns recounts her story, and the stories of countless other EOPS students empowered by the program and using their education to create a positive impact in their community.
  • With a difficult academic and personal history, Olivia was astonished by the support she received at De Anza. She realized that, up until De Anza, support was scarce.
     

    Alum Spreads the Wealth

    With a difficult academic and personal history, Olivia was astonished by the support she received at De Anza. She realized that, up until De Anza, support was scarce.
  • The FHDA Foundation has sets deadline of June 30, 2014 to divest from companies with the largest holdings of unburned carbon reserves as determined using Fossil Free’s Carbon Tracker of the top 200 fossil fuel companies
     

    FHDA Divests

    The FHDA Foundation has sets deadline of June 30, 2014 to divest from companies with the largest holdings of unburned carbon reserves as determined using Fossil Free’s Carbon Tracker of the top 200 fossil fuel companies
  • Danielle 'Dani' Hayes entered Foothill College at age 16 after struggling to fit in at high school. She adjusted to Foothill quickly, and soon found her place in the Foothill Honors Program.
     

    Honors Institute Provides a Foundation

    Danielle 'Dani' Hayes entered Foothill College at age 16 after struggling to fit in at high school. She adjusted to Foothill quickly, and soon found her place in the Foothill Honors Program.
  • Foothill College partners with FEI in creating pathways to higher education for underserved families in the Silicon Valley.
     

    The Family Engagement Institute Makes A Difference

    Foothill College partners with FEI in creating pathways to higher education for underserved families in the Silicon Valley.
  • Having established themselves nationally as education philanthropists, Gay and Bill Krause are again sharing their generosity close to home with a commitment from their family foundation to give $3.5 million to the Foothill-De Anza Community College District.
     

    Setting a Vision of Academic Innovation in Motion

    Having established themselves nationally as education philanthropists, Gay and Bill Krause are again sharing their generosity close to home with a commitment from their family foundation to give $3.5 million to the Foothill-De Anza Community College District.