Impact Monterey County (IMC) a collaborative effort of nonprofits, businesses, public agencies and the community worked together to identify the aspirations of Monterey County residents related to education, economic self-sufficiency, and health. The benefit to our community will be the alignment of stakeholders toward common goals and measurements that improve conditions for all.

Findings from our community assesment can be downloaded or searched via this website. 

Questions about the IMC findings and community assessment process can be directed to Yuri Anderson, Vice President, Community Investments, United Way Monterey County. 

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Courtney Kemp

The results are in! Nearly 60% of Monterey County (MC) adult respondents have an AA Degree or higher, and 1 in 4 MC adult respondents have a Master’s degree or higher. 1 in 5 have at least some college credit, and 1 in 10 have a high school diploma or GED. A significant portion of MC adult respondents, however, aren’t in such a positive position: 7% have less than a high school diploma or GED, representing a significant portion of the population that suffers as a result of insufficient educational attainment.

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