The Development of a Community-Based Coalition to Promote Career and College Preparation in the HOPE Village Neighborhoods of Detroit and Highland Park
John Burkhardt – School of Education
Betty Overton-Adkins – School of Education
To support creative redevelopment efforts in Detroit, the Graham Institute partnered with the Detroit-based nonprofit civil and human rights organization Focus: HOPE to conduct the Sustainability and the HOPE Village Initiative Integrated Assessment.
As one of six projects in the overall assessment, the team provided information to help Focus: HOPE develop programs to promote greater college access for neighborhood residents by facilitating community dialogues focused on education, analyzing options for creating a formal Local College Access Network, and developing an educational resource guide.
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This project received a $30,000 Integrated Assessment Grant in 2012.