Educational Institutions

Resources for Educational and Employment Opportunities

  • Westlake Village, CA
  • www.reeo.org

Mission Statement

Resources for Educational and Employment Opportunities is a 501 (c) organization that is committed to empowering community college students with the opportunity to transfer to a four-year university, to earn a college degree and to obtain a professional position upon graduation by providing financial, educational and professional resources.

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ruling year

2002

Principal Officer

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Scott Stimpfel

Keywords

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Educational development, professional development, minorities, women, community college, college, transfer students, community college students

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Also Known As

REEO

EIN

75-3035765

 Number

2747911361

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Community/Junior College (B41)

Undergraduate College (4-year) (B42)

Scholarships, Student Financial Aid, Awards (B82)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Program 1

Resources for Educational and Employment Opportunities (REEO) has drawn upon the personal experience of its founders, community college administrators, community college faculty, distinguished university professors and business professionals to create innovative programming that assists in the development of students at each level of their professional and academic careers. The culture of the REEO Program facilitates a family atmosphere that promotes learning through high-touch programs that are complementary to the services provided at community colleges and universities. The General Program consists of distinguished speaker panels and transfer speaker panels that target the needs of community college freshmen. The transfer speaker panels focus on the basics of the transfer process, which allow freshmen to gain knowledge from transfer students and from faculty, admissions directors and financial aid directors of universities. The distinguished speaker panels serve to motivate and encourage freshmen to begin thinking about the transfer process and professional development. The Rising Stars Program (RSP) provides a select group of community college sophomores (Rising Stars) with the resources to transfer to a university, the academic support necessary to be successful upon transferring and the professional development needed to gain employment upon graduation. The RSP consists of a series of 10 workshops that address topics that are integral to the academic and professional development of community college students. Additionally, RSP participants are placed in small cohorts (approximately five students per cohort) and each cohort is assigned a mentor from an MBA program or corporate partner. The Jump Start program provides transfer students with the resources necessary to ensure a seamless transition to a university. REEO believes that when a community college student transfers to a university that only one phase of the process has been completed. Jump Start consists of mentoring and networking events that address the primary barriers to a transfer student's success at a university.

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Resources for Educational and Employment Opportunities

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Principal Officer

Scott Stimpfel

Governance

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