Learning
Learning
Ann Adams, Spring 2007
Neighborhood Institute

 
Angela Williams, Spring 2007
Neighborhood Institute
 
Thomas Joy, Spring 2007
Neighborhood Institute

Learning

Goal of Learning
Cultivate and support effective neighborhood associations citywide through leadership education.  Build learning networks around common concerns and approaches, drawing together resident leaders from diverse neighborhoods, perspectives, and experiences.

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Neighborhood Institute Graduation Fall 2004

Learning as it relates to Organizing:
Teach processes and practices to increase and improve resident participation in neighborhood and civic life, and to increase the capabilities and productivity of neighborhood-based organizations.

Non-Profit Housing Development
Notes from the spring 2005 session of CHDO Train and Sustain

Learning as it relates to Planning and Development:
Research and discover -- with residents, neighborhoods and neighborhood stakeholders, local government and public institutions -- best practices and collaborative approaches to neighborhood and community revitalization.

Re-Defining Brownfields
A participant studies the Parkhill Corridor Map during Session 6 “Mobility, Transportation Questions”.
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