We are committed to providing opportunities and enhancing the lives of Peninsula kids who need us most. We would love to answer your questions about the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula, our programs, and how you can get involved.
Executive Director: Peter Fortenbaugh | email@example.com | (650) 646-6121
Administrative & Finance Assistant: Emily Klingenberger | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6132
Development Intern: Avangelina Guerrero | email@example.com | (650) 646-6132
VP School Site Programs: Erin Brannan | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6129
Ops Manager, School Sites: Matthew Teng | email@example.com | (650) 646-6064
Senior Director, Development: Sean Mendy | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6073
Grants & Marketing Manager: Shannon Petrello | email@example.com | (650) 646-6148
Development & Partnerships Manager: David Cruz | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6127
Events & Donor Relations Manager: Meredith Watts | email@example.com | (650) 646-6128
Director, Staff Dev & Summ Academy: Zareen Kasad | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6133
Impact & Evaluation Manager: Krystle Onibokun | email@example.com | (650) 646-6064
Finance Director: Cindy McIntyre | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6124
Senior Director, Human Capital: Marilyn Hylton | email@example.com | (650) 646-6131
Volunteer Services Coordinator: Jenny Saba | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6062
Human Resources Coordinator: Rita Fassett | email@example.com | (650) 646-6165
Recruiter: Lauren Labrecque-Jessen | firstname.lastname@example.org | (650) 646-6141
IT Manager: Jay DeShetler | email@example.com
IT Assistant: Alfonso Oseguera | firstname.lastname@example.org
Have any questions about our summer programs? Fill out the form below.
21st Century Community Learning Center Grants
The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula intends to apply for two 21st Century grants: Community Learning Center (21st CCLC) and 21st Century High School After School Safety Safety and Enrichment for Teens program (21st ASSETs). If awarded, both grants will provide funding for continuing and expanding after-school and summer enrichment programs that partner schools and communities to provide academic support; safe, constructive alternatives for students; and family services for parents/guardians. Schools to be included are Belle Haven Community School and Brentwood Academy (as part of 21st CCLC grant), and Menlo-Atherton High School and East Palo Alto Academy (as part of 21st ASSETs grant). The applications and any waiver request will be available for public review after submission of the applications.
Programs will operate after school and during the summer. Each program will consist of three elements: academic skill building, educational enrichment, and social emotional learning. The Request for Applications (RFA) was released in September 2016. The application due date is December 21, 2016.
The 21st CCLC program is funded by the United States Department of Education and administered by the California Department of Education. 21st CCLC grants present a significant opportunity to create or expand after-school programs in communities throughout the Bay Area. 21st CCLC funding prioritizes public schools and community collaboratives serving high poverty areas, and programs that offer academic, enrichment, and family activities.
For more information about this RFA, please visit: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/ba/cp/
For more information please contact:
Shannon Petrello, Grants and Marketing Manager