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Investors can count on Summit Education Initiative

Summit Education Initiative (SEI) is a good steward of the support it receives from the community.

Every dollar invested supports SEI’s work related to the six Key Transition Points along the Cradle to Career Continuum.Leading Indicators for Success Arrow

An endowment fund, created by community leaders and organizations when SEI was founded in 1996, provides a solid financial base for SEI. This endowment is generously supplemented primarily by local foundations, corporations and individuals.

SEI keeps overhead costs to a minimum.

SEI outsources many functions, rather than hiring staff.

SEI builds organizational capacity through collaborations.

SEI continues with sound fiscal management and its controls that are in place to ensure that investors’ contributions are safeguarded and well-used. Annual audits completed by Bober Markey Fedorovich for fiscal years 2012 – 2017 have been 100 percent clean; SEI hasn’t received any citations and no errors or concerns have been noted.

Click here for SEI’s FY2017 Form 990.

Snapshot of Fiscal Year 2017Where the Money Came From in 2016-2017

Where the Money Was Used in 2016-2017NOTES: 

To see a detailed list of SEI’s investors, click here.

Accounting standards require the recognition of revenues in the fiscal year in which they are committed or received. Temporarily restricted contributions of $533,986 were recognized in prior years and carried over to fund the Cradle to Career Alliance during 2016-2017. Likewise, temporarily restricted contributions totaling $660,586 were recognized in 2016-2017 and have been set aside to fund projects in 2017-2018 and 2018-2019.