Creating and maintaining coalitions and partnerships. Assessing community needs and resources. Analyzing problems and goals. Developing strategic and action plans. Increasing participation and membership. Writing grant applications for funding. Sustaining projects and initiatives.
CADCA: National Coalition Academy
The National Coalition Academy is a year long coalition development program that includes classroom instruction, distance learning and on-line support. The course develops individual skills in each of the fifteen core competency areas for community problem solving. Through distance instruction and technical assistance, the course also helps newly formed local coalitions engage in the twelve essential processes that research suggests are associated with achieving community level outcomes.
Week I – Creating and Maintaining Coalitions and Partnerships; Assessing Community Needs and Resources; Analyzing Problems and Goals; Developing a Framework or Model of Change; Developing Interventions.
Week II – Strategic and Action Planning; Building Leadership; Enhancing Cultural Competence; Evaluating the Initiative; Advocating for Change.
Week III – Increasing Participation and Membership; Influencing Policy Development; Improving Organizational Management and Development; Writing Grant Applications; Sustaining the Work or Initiative.
Mr. Gary Zimmerman, Sheetz Inc., 814-937-5028, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Eric Fiscus, Sr. Community Director, March of Dimes Foundation,
Mr. Joe Keller, Keller Engineers, 814-696-7430, email@example.com (Served as President of the Hollidaysburg Community Partnership when I was Main Street Manager)
Mrs. Judy Rosser, Executive Director, Blair Drug & Alcohol Partnerships, 814-381-0921, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Dave Davies, Market Manager/General Manager, Forever Broadcasting, 814-941-9800, email@example.com
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