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Introduction to Collaborative Community Partnerships

Training Summary

  This course examines the creation, structure, function, and maintenance of collaborative community partnerships in American Indian communities that support the mission, goals, activities, and ultimate success of Tribal Youth Programs (TYP).  It is intended for all people who want to make a positive difference in their community.

  Learning Objectives:
 
  • Define collaborative community partnerships and their positive impact

  • Recognize the characteristics, function, and key players of collaborative community partnerships

  • Identify strategies for developing and maintaining collaborative community partnerships

  • Describe measures of success in collaborative community partnership efforts

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Hosted By:
Lamar Associates

Type of Training:
Online/Self-Study

Category:
Specialized Populations

Topic:
Tribal Youth

Keywords:
Tribal Youth, Collaborative, Community, Partnership, Measure, American Indian, TYP, Lamar


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