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Community partner resources

The following resources might be helpful to school districts and the community partners who work with them.

NV Launches Network to Connect Young Adults With Internships, Apprenticeships   The Nevada Governor’s Office of Workforce Innovation officially launched a statewide work-based learning hub, LifeWorksNV.org, for young adults in high school, post-secondary or out of school to find internships, apprenticeships, and on-the-job training. The hub also allows educators and businesses to learn about apprenticeships, find career technical education (CTE) schools by industry and zip codes, connect to classroom speakers and find relevant work-based learning resources. (Carson Now)

Applications are now being accepted for the 2018-2019 IL LEND Fellowship Program!  The IL LEND program prepares you to serve as a leader and improve the lives of children and families with disabilities, with a focus on autism.  The Illinois Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and related Disabilities Program (IL LEND) is a 1 year interdisciplinary graduate-level training program that prepares future leaders who will serve children with disabilities (with a focus on autism) and their families through coordinated, culturally competent, and family-centered care, as well as through public health services and policy systems change.  Application Deadline: February 15, 2019

Aligning Partners in Collective Impact Virtual Coffee December 6, 2018 3:00pm – 4:00pmThe success of a collective impact initiative is often tied to the success of the partnerships that make up its foundation. What can we learn from other initiatives about their practices related to building and sustaining long-term partnerships with their stakeholders?  They’ll be talking with Marjorie Mayfield Jackson and Joe Rieger from the Elizabeth River Project, a long-running initiative that works collaboratively to restore the Elizabeth River to the highest practical level of environmental quality through government, business and community partnerships.

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