The mission of the College of Health & Human Services (CHHS) at California State University Long Beach is to “Connect, Discover, Educate” and whose vision is to become nationally and internationally recognized as an innovator and leader in community connections, the discovery of knowledge and for educating diverse students in the health and human services professions.
We seek private financial support for the following current needs:
The College’s fundraising priorities that advance its academic mission and goals are:
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE – The College’s strategic vision is to reshape programs that reflect societal needs.
COMMUNITY OUTREACH - The College will continue to build upon our legacy of championing projects that link research and community outreach to improve the quality of life for children, families, older adults, veterans, the learning / physically disabled, immigrant populations, and the economically disadvantaged.
CAPTIAL IMPROVEMENT - The College will replace and upgrade obsolete, deteriorating infrastructures and create new physical spaces to build state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, clinical and faculty office space and equipment.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS - External funding will bring distinction and instant recognition to the College as an innovator and leader in the health and wellness professions.
HUMAN SERVICES – External funding will bring distinction and instant recognition to the College as an innovator and leader in the health and human services professions.
How Can I Direct My Gift?
To learn more about supporting these priorities by making a gift, please contact Tyson Reyes, Director of Development, at (562) 985-8343 or via email at: email@example.com.
The Fund to Support the new School of Nursing Building - The Next Era of Nursing Education at CSULB was ushered-in by the dedication of our new highly anticipated building in 2010. This state-of-the-art facility has expanded CSULB’s Nursing program to fulfill the critical need that exists in the nursing profession. Our alumni and friends can help the School of Nursing realize its mission through their private support. The Fund to Support the new School of Nursing Building seeks individual and corporate cash donations, pledges and deferred gifts (estate plans and bequests) for various naming opportunities, technology upgrades, furniture and equipment.
The Physical Therapy Faculty Practice Clinic – As of May 29, 2012, the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at California State University, Long Beach is underway. As part of advancing physical therapy education at CSULB, a Physical Therapy Faculty Practice is in construction and scheduled to be completed in August, 2012. The purpose of the Faculty Practice is twofold: 1) to provide effective physical therapy to the students, faculty and staff of CSULB and to the surrounding community and 2) to enhance the education of entry-level DPT students and community physical therapists. This will be achieved by offering evidence-based skilled physical therapy by licensed physical therapists participating in an orthopedic residency program. The Physical Therapy Excellence Fund enables the Department of Physical Therapy to pursue such endeavors as building the Physical Therapy Faculty Practice Clinic, student scholarships, and faculty research.
The Hospitality Management Test Kitchen - The mission of the Hospitality Management (HM) program at CSULB is to meet the needs of the industry and community by preparing individuals to become successful professionals who are capable of assuming leadership roles in a dynamic, multi-cultural, domestic and international job market. The program is designed to prepare students with the necessary background and expertise to excel as a managers and leaders in the restaurant, foodservice, hotel and lodging industries. In order to maintain the program’s standards in academic and professional excellence, plans have been made to build a state-of-the-art Hospitality Management Demonstration Kitchen that includes the latest commercial kitchen amenities, a dining facility adjacent to the Demonstration Kitchen, and a wine and cellar component.