Message from the College President
Inspired by our community, Treasure Valley Community College has been transforming lives and education since 1962. As we celebrate our 60th anniversary, TVCC is committed to continuing this legacy by increasing enrollment, improving student success and access, and enhancing our facilities. We have a renewed emphasis on ensuring we have the programs and the building space to meet workforce needs and help fuel economic growth for the communities we serve.
The Imagine. Invest. Inspire. campaign is inspired by our students and our community. The goal is to raise $13.8 million to help transform healthcare education and student opportunities in our region through three major initiatives. The first is the Nursing & Allied Health Building and Initiative fund, which will help us build a state-of-the-art facility to teach students. The second is the New & Expanded Allied Health Programs fund, which will allow TVCC to add and expand programs to meet the growing healthcare needs in the communities we serve. Third, is our initiative to support student scholarships.
Within this case for support, you will find more information about how TVCC plans to use the resources from this campaign.
At Treasure Valley Community College, we see our role as being first responders in meeting workforce and community needs, but we need your help. Please consider joining us as we chart the way forward, expand opportunities, and continue to change lives for generations to come.
Dr. Dana M. Young, President
Treasure Valley Community College
NURSING & ALLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS CENTER
Treasure Valley Community College’s mission of dedication to student success has never been more critical.
Local visionary leaders first established the College in 1962 to make quality education
experiences both accessible and affordable. Years later, the TVCC Foundation was formed
and came alongside the College as a trusted supporter. The College’s collaborative
partnership with the TVCC Foundation has enabled
TVCC to maximize resources to innovatively address our region’s education and workforce needs. Since 1962, thousands of students have attended TVCC and entered or re-entered the workforce with newly acquired knowledge and skills. Today, many of these former students are successfully employed throughout our region. TVCC’s well-rounded educational opportunities have helped students grow both personally and professionally.
With the main campus in Ontario, and Center locations in both Burns, Ore., and Caldwell, Idaho, TVCC has strategically developed facilities and market-relevant programs to meet the needs of students, employers, and our community. Employers depend on TVCC for a skilled workforce, and the College partners with local employers to ensure students gain relevant experience. TVCC offers learners of all ages opportunities to earn credits for degrees, certificates, job training programs or transfer to gain skills leading to jobs in high-demand, high wage career fields.
New Opportunities for Growth and Expanded Programs
This new 30,000-square-foot building will provide space and state-of-the-art technology for critical addition/expansion of TVCC’s health career & training programs.