Project Change is designed to build community, on and off campus, that will serve as social, emotional and academic support for student members. The program connects formerly incarcerated and system impacted students to resources and support services at Skyline College, such as priority registration, student supplies, and campus academic, professional and wellness services; as well as community resources. Submit Your Project Change Interest Form or Refer a student to find out more.
Project Change Club provides students with a voice on campus and a social network of students, staff and faculty who understand many of the experiences and concerns that system impacted students have in going to college, and who want you to succeed.
"Sharing my experiences and stories of past traumas as a formerly incarcerated student has helped me build self-confidence and create new boundaries for myself . . . The many services on campus have been instrumental to my progress and recovery . . . Project Change, The Health Center, EAC, EOPS, LRC, STEM Center, and Library have all been extremely helpful and supportive." - Project Change Student
Who Is Eligible? All students who . .
-are formerly incarcerated
-have been placed on probation or parole
-are system impacted by incarceration
- Register - click Submit Your Project Change Interest Form to complete the short 4 question registration
- Intake Meeting - attend your intake meeting (we will contact you to schedule your meeting)
- Needs Assessment - identify your needs together with the Project Change program coordinator
- Personalized Resource Plan (PRP) - receive a PRP that connects you directly to campus resources like Priority Registration, and programs like EOPs, Promise Scholars, SparkPoint, Workforce and much more
- Project Change Club - be part of a community that includes leadership and mentoring opportunities
In honor of her beloved husband, Tom, Sandy Mohr has generously established the Thomas C. Mohr Memorial Scholarship to support students throughout the San Mateo County Community College District who have overcome significant obstacles to achieve their educational goals, particularly those in the Guardian Scholars and Project Change programs.
You will find more information on applying for SMCCD Foundation Scholarships including the Thomas C. Mohr Memorial Scholarship, on the Skyline College Scholarships page.
The San Mateo County Community College District’s Basic Needs Taskforce (BNTF)** (Housing Insecurity Subcommittee) has launched the Rapid Response Hotel Stay Program to provide short-term emergency housing support for students who do not have safe or stable housing and who would otherwise be unsheltered. Apply here→