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Seeking Applications

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The bi-county collaborative Growing Inland Achievement has announced the opening of its 2018 Innovation Awards to support local organizations committed to increasing baccalaureate degree attainment and economic success throughout the Inland Empire. 

The Innovation Award is offered to advance promising efforts in the region that correlate to bachelor’s degree completion, while also recognizing the value of garnering additional resources that can be utilized for sustainability over the longer term. Applicants may be a K-12 school district, community college or community college district, four-year university, nonprofit organization, or any combination of such institutions in Riverside and/or San Bernardino counties. The deadline for applications is February 16 and decisions will be announced in March. 

Members of Growing Inland Achievement include Riverside and San Bernardino leaders of K-12 education, higher education, business, and civic sectors committed to improving the inland region through innovation and resource alignment. 

To learn more about the 2018 Innovation Awards, including how to apply, visit

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