2017 marked 40 years for COSC Foundation. Forty years of being committed to improving lives by providing financial resources to adult students striving to complete their college degree. Forty years in providing for technology innovations through the work of Charter Oak State College and the Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium.
What's Your Charter Oak Story?
COSC Foundation Annual Appeal celebrates 40 years by asking: What's Your Charter Oak Story? Share your story on social media with hashtag #myCharterOakStory or email your story to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2018 Shea Lecture & Spring Dinner | May 1, 2018
2018 Shea Lecture | Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 5:30 pm
New Britain Museum of American Art
56 Lexington Street, New Britain, CT
Spring Dinner | Tuesday, May 1, 2018 | 6:30 pm
Art of Wellness Panel Discussion
Features community experts on the social determinants of overall well-being.
Mindfulness | Social | Emotional & Spiritual | Educational Wellness
Andy Lee, M.A., Chief Mindfulness Officer, Aetna
Maureen McIntyre, M.A., CEO, North Central Area Agency on Aging (NCAAA)
Nancy Billias, Ph.D., Professor, University of Saint Joseph, and Core Consulting Faculty, COSC, and Andrea Mullin, B.S., Client Manager, United Healthcare, and WIT Program Graduate
Also, as the Foundation celebrates 40 years of Giving, and with over 15,000 graduates, this year's annual appeal is asking 400 to give $40 to the unrestricted fund. Will you be one? Read our Annual Appeal flyer (PDF) or give online.
The Annual Report for FY2017 provides a look into the Foundation's all volunteer board of director's efforts in providing for financial support of COSC Students through scholarships, grants, and innovative ideas. View today! 2017 Annual Report
About the Charter Oak State College Foundation
The Charter Oak State College Foundation is dedicated to supporting flexible and comprehensive degree completion opportunities for adults and technology innovations through the work of Charter Oak State College and the Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium. The Foundation is a vehicle for accepting private gifts, donations and bequests for activities that are not adequately funded by the State of Connecticut.
The Foundation Board of Trustees provides volunteer leadership for development and fundraising programs and stewardship of the Foundation's assets in order to assist deserving and under employed adult students meet college costs; award scholarships; and encourage technological initiatives that enable the College and the Consortium to be leaders in higher education.
The Foundation supports the College in its vision - A dynamic community of online learners, advancing the nation's workforce one graduate at a time.
For more information about the Foundation or our initiatives, please feel free to contact Carol Hall via email at email@example.com or by calling (860) 515-3889.