The Midlands Technical College Foundation enhances our community’s quality of life by investing in key MTC priorities that support educational and economic development opportunities for the community.
Midlands Technical College is fortunate to receive steady support from the state, student tuition and federal funds; however, current levels of funding are not sufficient to keep pace with rapidly changing technologies and the challenges of a global economy. Additionally, funding sources are relatively static and are not expected to grow in proportion to Midlands Technical College’s enrollment and advanced technology needs. Gifts to Midlands Technical College help to establish the critical margin of resources the college needs to advance the high-quality services it provides to the Central Midlands.
To build meaningful relationships with donors that lead to gifts that support the mission of Midlands Technical College to prepare students for success in the workforce.
The Midlands Technical College Foundation will be recognized as one of the most successful two-year college foundations in the nation because of its effective and committed board of trustees and its ability to attract significant gifts that lead to the economic vitality in the workplace.
The Midlands Technical College Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization as classified by the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions to the Midlands Technical College Foundation are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. The Foundation’s EIN is 23-7085753.
The Midlands Technical College Foundation keeps records of its Annual Audits, IRS Form 990 and Honor Roll of Donors.
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Board of Trustees
The Midlands Technical College Foundation Board of Trustees is composed of up to 25 individuals who are prominent in our community's business, industrial, professional and civic affairs.
The Midlands Technical College Foundation awarded nearly $100,000 to scholarships for 2014-2015.