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The KCP Promise Request for Proposals (RFP) is Open

It's officially here! PSCCN is super excited to share that the King County Promise Request for Proposals (RFP) is open. After more than four years of co-developed work, PSCCN and the King County Department of Human and Community Services (DCHS) are ready to welcome partnership applications for the first phase of King County Promise from February 17 - April 4 at 2 pm.

For all official information about the RFP, please visit the DCHS Contracts Page. Under the Open Funding Opportunities table, find and click on the  King County Promise Partnerships- Phase I link. 

For questions about the RFP - visit the link above. and scroll to expand information listed as RFP Questions and/or email Andria Howertown, the RFP lead, at dchscontracts@kingcounty.gov with additional questions. Please list KCP RFP in your email's subject line. 

PSCCN will be hosting two (2) King County Promise Budget and Partnership workshops to help applicants understand and use the KCP budget calendar and provide an opportunity to network with other partners to build potential partnerships. These will be held on March 2nd and March 9th, please follow the links to register.  

If you have any questions regarding the King County Promise program model and the long-term vision, please contact us at KingCountyPromise@psesd.org and/or check out the King County Promise FAQs.  

PSCCN would like to take this time to thank the hundreds of King County students, parents, educators, and systems leaders who helped us get to this point. This comprehensive vision for more equitable, accessible, and supported postsecondary access and success couldn't have been created without you. This first launch of the King County Promise RFP is meant to lay the foundation for a collective vision forward. Please share throughout your networks and let's celebrate together!