Community Learning Partnership: A Model in Phoenix, New York, and Detroit
Please Join NFG’s Working Group on Place-Based Community Change for a Webinar for Funders
Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Time: 9am pacific / 10am mountain / 11am central/ 12noon eastern
Length: 90 minutes
The Community Learning Partnership is a national network of Community Change Studies programs – authentic partnerships between community organizations and institutions of higher education – to prepare students for careers in community change. Local CLP models include new certificate and degree programs, experimental learning and internships, new courses in community change studies, new relationships between academic institutions and communities, innovations in student support, and national partnerships. The Community Change Studies program is developing community members as new change agents, equipped with a deep analysis, community organizing skills, and real work experience. This program, a collaboration between colleges, grantmakers, and local organizations, cultivates resident leaders to be at the center of community change.
Join this webinar to hear from three grantmakers who are supporting the CLP network and leading the program in three cities: Phoenix, New York, and Detroit.
Ed Egnatios, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Raquel Gutierrez, St. Luke’s Health Initiatives
Ken Rolling, Community Learning Partnership
Kevin Ryan, New York Foundation
Please note that this webinar is for grantmakers and funder affinity groups.
Registration for this webinar is now closed.
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