What is the relationship between CityBridge Foundation and CityBridge Education?
Our History tells the story of CityBridge’s evolution from a family foundation to a 501(c)(3). At present, CityBridge Education operates separately from CityBridge Foundation, which funds a variety of charitable endeavors nationwide.
How can I get involved in CityBridge’s events?
Please contact Jen Davis, Chief of Staff with ideas and inquiries for CityBridge convenings.
How can I become a CityBridge entrepreneur?
For more details on how to become a CityBridge entrepreneur, click here.
Successful entrepreneurs who open public schools will eventually receive public, per-pupil funding, and that funding might cover a salary for those same entrepreneurs. So, do they need to register?
The answer is no, entrepreneurs are not required to register as lobbyists. Their charter applications and testimony to the Public Charter School Board (PCSB) are full, public, transparent documents, and their case for opening a new school is made in publicly-given remarks and subsequent Q&A. Their bid to open schools is public and well-known to oversight organizations and the general public. Additionally, pending or successful entrepreneurs are not considered “members” of CityBridge—they are legally separate and distinct from our organization and have no governance rights over CityBridge’s activities.