Center for Law and Social Policy

Center for Law and Social Policy

Center for Law and Social Policy

Overview
Date Founded

1968

Headquarters

1200 18TH ST NW STE 200 WASHINGTON DC 20036-2529

Charitable Causes

Crime & Legal Related Issues
Civil Rights & Social Action
Public & Societal Benefit
Other Aid & Assistance

Employees (Worldwide)

45

Company Description

CLASP'S MISSION IS TO DEVELOP AND ADVOCATE FOR POLICIES AT THE FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LEVELS THAT IMPROVE THE LIVES OF LOW INCOME PEOPLE.

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Executives & Employees

Executive Director

Executive Director

Director, Child Care & Early Education

Director of Workforce Development

Director

Project Director

Coordinator

Director, Youth Policy

Treasurer

Director Family Policy

Board of Directors

Director at Legal Services Alabama, Inc.

Faculty Director at Georgetown University - Center on Poverty and Inequality at School of Law

President at Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law

Board Member at Center for Law and Social Policy

President at Urban Institute

Former Faculty Member, Institute for Policy Studies at Johns Hopkins University

Principal at The Raben Group LLC

Founder at PolicyLink

President at MDC, Inc.

Board Member at Center for Law and Social Policy

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Founded in 1920, the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) has, over nine decades, become the leading proponent and the national "voice for community colleges." The association was conceived when a group of presidents representing public and independent junior colleges met in St. Louis, Missouri, for a meeting called by the U.S. commissioner of education. Originally named the American Association of Junior Colleges (AAJC), the association was to function as a forum for the nation's two-year colleges. In 1972, the name of the national organization was changed to the American Association of Community and Junior Colleges (AACJC), reflecting the community orientation of most public, two-year institutions. In 1992, the association’s name was simplified to its present form. Today, the association represents nearly 1,200 two-year, associate degree–granting institutions and more than 13 million students, as well as a growing number of international members in Puerto Rico, Japan, Great Britain, Korea, and the United Arab Emirates. The colleges are the largest and fastest-growing sector of U.S. higher education, enrolling close to half (45 percent) of all U.S. undergraduates. Headquartered in the National Center for Higher Education in Washington, D.C., AACC is the primary advocacy organization for community colleges at the national level and works closely with directors of state offices to inform and affect state policy. In addition, AACC is a member of "The Six" large, presidentially based associations and collaborates with a wide range of entities within the higher education community to monitor and influence federal policy and to collaborate on issues of common interest. The association has ongoing interaction with key federal departments and agencies including the U.S. departments of Labor, Education, Energy, Homeland Security, and Commerce, and the National Science Foundation. AACC supports and promotes its member colleges through policy initiatives, innovative programs, research and information and strategic outreach to business and industry and the national news media. The association's efforts are guided by the AACC 2013-2016 Strategic Plan. Governed by a 32-member board of directors elected by the membership, AACC is a nonprofit organization whose overriding mission is to "Build a Nation of Learners by Advancing America's Community Colleges."

Clients

The Urban Institute is dedicated to elevating the debate on social and economic policy. For nearly five decades, Urban scholars have conducted research and offered evidence-based solutions that improve lives and strengthen communities across a rapidly urbanizing world. Their objective research helps expand opportunities for all, reduce hardship among the most vulnerable, and strengthen the effectiveness of the public sector.

TO DEVELOP AND PROMOTE HIGH QUALITY, EFFECTIVE CIVIL LEGAL ASSISTANCE AND DEFENSE SERVICES.

Corporation for a Skilled Workforce is a national nonprofit organization that partners with government, business, and community leaders to support the creation of good jobs and the highly skilled workers to fill them.

Key Stats and Financials As of 2016
Market Capitalization
Total Enterprise Value
Earnings Per Share
Revenue
$9.65M
Non-Profit Donations & Grants
Non-Profit Donations & Grants Received
$300K
12/31/2016
$350K
12/31/2016
$500K
08/31/2016
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