The Justice Education Center deeply appreciates the support of and collaboration with its current and most recent partners:
AT&T; Bridgeport Regional Business Council; Cities of New Haven and Bridgeport and their Boards of Education; Connecticut Business and Industry Association; Connecticut Department of Labor; Connecticut General Assembly; John H. Durham, United States Attorney and the Office of the U.S. Attorney, District of Connecticut Connecticut Judicial Branch and its Court Support Services Division; David M. Borden Fund of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving; Fairfield County Community Foundation; Fairfield University; Gateway and Housatonic Community Colleges; Laborers International Union of North America; Laura and John Arnold Foundation; Community Foundation for Greater New Haven; People’s United Community Foundation; Satter and Cottonwood Foundations; Stamford Public Schools’ ARTS (Alternative Routes to Success) Program; State Department of Education and its Connecticut Technical High School System; Village of Children and Families; Webster Bank; The WorkPlace; and, YouthStat of New Haven.
The Justice Education Center extends its heartfelt appreciation to Board member Mark Sinatro, President of the Sinatro Group. Mark’s generous donation will further The Center’s policy and programming reform efforts, particularly for at-risk children and youth throughout the state.
The Center expresses its sincere thanks to Joe Shomberg, President and Owner of Viking Equipment; Daniel Fuller, Professor and Department Chair of Automotive Technology at Gateway Community College; and, Del Simmons of Simmons Architect for the endless hours they are donating to help create the new Automotive Technology Center at Hillhouse High School. The encouragement and commitment of Dr. Paul Broadie II, President of Gateway and Housatonic Community Colleges, to offer new collegiate pathways for high school students has immeasurably helped in the development of these opportunities.