The York County Community College Foundation (YCCCF) is pleased to welcome two new members to its’ Board of Directors.
Kenneth Weston is an Associate Architect at Oak Point Associates. His 22 years of experience includes design, project management, construction documentation and construction administration in various projects including office, residential, educational, and healthcare buildings. Ken has brought the strong foundation in sustainable design strategies he learned at Roger Williams University where he received a Bachelor of Architecture degree, to his career with a focus on energy and resource efficient design. Ken introduced the LEED rating system to the firm as the first LEED Accredited Professional. Ken’s recent work includes the Pratt and Whitney Building at York County Community College.
Ken Lives in South Berwick Maine with his partner of 21 years and their 7-year-old son. He is an active member of his community, organizing neighborhood events and promoting a charity concert series. Ken was a founding member of the New Hampshire chapter of the US Green Building Council. Ken enjoys traveling and as a wine enthusiast has visited the Rioja region in Spain and the Bordeaux region in France.
Scott A. Beauregard is the Human Resources Manager at AVX Tantalum in Biddeford, Maine. He has been with AVX for the past 6 years. Previously, Scott worked as a Human Resources Manager for several other manufacturers in Southern Maine. He is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University and holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration and a Master’s Degree in Organization Leadership. Scott is retired from the United States Air Force and currently resides in Maine with his wife Ellen.
The York County Community College Foundation was organized and recognized by the Internal Revenue Service in 1995 as a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization (EIN# 22-3451600). It is structurally separate from York County Community College and is governed by an appointed Board of Directors. The Foundation was formed at the time of YCCC’s founding because while traditional resources (state assistance and tuition/fees) typically support the basics of higher education – private gifts help make a college exceptional. The YCCC Foundation is the preferred channel for private gifts to the College through annual giving programs, planned gifts, and major or special gift campaigns. Gifts to the Foundation qualify for the maximum tax deduction allowed under the law. Our Mission. The mission of the YCCC Foundation is to encourage and advocate for the expansion of educational resources by developing private and public support of York County Community College and its mission.