If you are a university, a nonprofit organization or a school, there are many ways to collaborate with Calm Clarity to help low-income communities affected by toxic stress.
We would like to collaborate with you to expand the College Scholar Program to reach more low-income first-generation college students across the country.
To do this cost-effectively, we are looking for university collaborators to host Calm Clarity Weekend Workshops. In return, 50% of the seats would be offered to low-income first-gen college students at your university and 10% to your guests. We would cover our staffing costs by selling at least 20% of the seats via public registration, and offer the remaining seats to low-income first-gen college students at other universities and to collaboration partners to create a positive impact on disadvantaged students in the surrounding community.
We are looking to collaborate with about 10 universities located in or near major cities across the country to host about 1 or 2 Calm Clarity Weekend Workshops in each geographic region annually. Ideally, the university should be within 1-hour driving distance from a major metropolitan area (population of 500,000 or more people)
Are you interested in collaborating?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to start a conversation.
Here’s how the model works:
University hosts Weekend Workshop, providing venue with capacity of at least 100 seats
University commits to providing food and printing for the workshop and travel & accomodation costs for facilitator(s).
Seats would be allocated as follows:
60% to be distributed by the University:
at least 50% of the total seats to be given to low-income and/or first-generation college students at the host university
remainder can be given by University to all other guests
40% to be distributed by Calm Clarity:
at least half (20% of total seats) to be sold via public registration to cover Calm Clarity expenses*
remainder may be offered to low-income first-generation college students at other universities and to collaboration partners
Note: *A minimum of 20 tickets would have to be sold to make this collaboration sustainable. A special discount can be arranged for the host university to share with alumni, faculty, students, and other affiliates.
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~Kelly Wilcox, Director, Office of Academic Resources and Associate Dean, Haverford College
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Nonprofits and Schools
Does your nonprofit organization or school serve low-income communities affected by toxic stress and trauma?
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