What does student success really mean and how do we measure it?
The true measure of student success is how well students are prepared to accomplish their current, future, personal and professional goals through the development of knowledge, self-reliance and a connection with college or an industry. For students, success is measured not from just good grades, but also from becoming a strong candidate for a career in a chosen field and emerging as competent and trustworthy adults, making their family and mentors proud.
The California Homebuilding Foundation believes all students deserve a comprehensive education to excel in the various professions made available by the homebuilding industry, regardless of background, race, color, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, religion, socioeconomic status, or any other discriminating factor.
Join the California Homebuilding Foundation in bringing construction education and building career opportunities to students in California through ‘The Donald Chaiken’ Building Industry Technology Academy (BITA) program and to recipients of a Foundation or Hall of Fame scholarship award.
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