Identification of businesses, organizations, and individuals in the community in order to assess and mobilize resources that can help attain 21st CCLC program goals.
The degree to which your 21st CCLC program engages with its respective partners. This ranges from networking to coordinating to cooperating to collaborating and finally to integrating.
Partners who offer goods or services that have monetary value at no charge to your 21st CCLC program.
A signed, documented agreement between parties which outlines identified roles and relationship structure, thereby formalizing the partnership. Every partnership should have an MOU, including vendors and school partners, that consists of these five sections: introduction, purpose, roles and responsibilities, oversight and terms of agreement and dated signature.
Actions adopted by design to maintain healthy relationships with partners. This can include engaging them on your team, meeting and communicating regularly, sharing resources, and celebrating successes together.
Community organizations or entities your program is likely to encounter in a rural setting, and may include interest clubs, senior centers, Chamber of Commerce, local artisans or farmers, university extensions, churches, or school liaisons.
This mutually beneficial relationship usually involves close cooperation between partners with specific individual and joint rights and responsibilities. Each party brings different assets or expertise that will help the other.
A portion of an MOU which allows for the dissolution of a partnership by either party under agreed upon conditions.
What you will ask your partner to do with or for your program. This carefully designed proposal takes mutual interests, needs and resources into account.
Community organizations or entities your program is likely to encounter in an urban setting, and may include all levels of university programs, workforce development organizations, libraries, interest clubs, hospitals, retail centers, service clubs or organizations, and drug and alcohol councils.
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