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MyCom Wisdom for Wednesday: Collaborative Summer Programming & Fund Development - Shared screen with speaker view
Allison Motz
17:41
Good morning everyone!
Inali Pichardo
18:44
good morning!
Tawanda Pompey
19:06
Good morning all
Alexander Leslie
19:14
Good morning! Thanks for joining us this morning--glad to see you all
Beverly Burks
20:35
Family Therapy
Alexander Leslie
22:02
If you marked "other" or answered one, but would pick two, what would you fund for children and young adults?
Tish Bowling
22:12
I chose Education Programming because I believe effective Education Programming includes SEL and physical wellness.
Alexander Leslie
23:02
Love it; thank you Tish!
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
23:18
Educational programming - specifically service and immersive learning.
Brenda Pryor
24:01
Yes Tish, I selected Educational Programming. And I want it to be layered and approached with a social and emotional approach/competencies.
Alexander Leslie
24:22
Thank you all for adding these thoughts!
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
26:04
Partners that can use our free short term lessons/programs as part of their long term programs.
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
27:08
Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District
Julia Boxler
27:48
Would your organization partner with a community garden?
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
28:50
We could bring planting, cleanup and similar programs to summer camps or day programs. We have the tools and technical advice. We also do conservation/gardening lessons and presentations.
Tish Bowling
28:51
I am looking for someone who can teach children to play Chess competitively
Christine Madden
28:52
CAL has many MOUs with various partners
william Horning
29:11
Reach Success has created a Fun, Interactive and Project-Based Comprehensive Curriculum directly aligned to State Standards, for Summer School Curriculum, that addresses the Unfinished Learning Gap. We would be happy to help support any program.
Christine Madden
29:21
Love it!
Yining Lin
29:26
I would partner with a community garden. Transportation would be an issue
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
29:31
We have an MOU with Cleveland Metroparks and watershed groups to do volunteer projects on their property.
Tish Bowling
29:50
We have partnerships with Art Museum, Cleveland CLinic
Katie Ross
30:26
EYEJ: Empowering Youth Exploring Justice, looking to collaborate on SEL and mental health. Currently looking to partner with Believe in Dreams
Christine Madden
30:41
We always love new partners though! Are always looking for more connections.
Alison Black
31:02
We are always looking to partner, especially in the summer to bring our programming to summer camps
Alexander Leslie
31:16
Thank you all!
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
32:13
Beginning to partner with ESC and Ohio Dept of Forestry on conservation career programs for underserved students.
Faith Lloyd-Smith
33:06
Allison Black, what program is your program and contact info?
Alison Black
35:55
America SCORES Cleveland, (Soccer, Poetry and Service Learning) ablack@americascorescleveland.org
Tawanda Pompey
38:41
I'm interested in EYEJ. please send me infor please
Tevin Rey
39:27
Lets do Garfield Heights
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
39:44
All of Cuyahoga County is our area but special focus on first ring school districts
Talithia Martin
39:55
Mount Pleasant
Christine Madden
40:00
Glenville/Hough
Tawanda Pompey
40:06
East Cleveland
Brenda Pryor
42:24
Thank you. Not familiar with Data USA.
Tevin Rey
43:19
My signal is going in and out can you repeat that?
Tevin Rey
44:24
Im most interested in education data and income levels
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
45:02
In our agency we might focus on tree canopy cover and/or stormwater runoff as well as population demographics.
Constance Dunson
45:10
School rating
Alexander Leslie
45:33
These are all great; thank you for the suggestions, all
Tevin Rey
46:57
neocando
Allison Motz
47:45
Center for Community Solutions-infographic
william Horning
47:54
We currently run a Pod in Garfield Hts. We see significant needs in the community!! We see exactly what this data shows, and have addressed several program additions.
Allison Motz
51:03
Existing Services: Learning Pod for 30 kids-transitions due to the hybrid. Many are coming with a different level of need b/c the demos show-what they need from a family standpoint-the socio-emotional need is big and developed a program to serve the need-with the kids and the parents. Not a high coverage area for support services-cannot be everything to everyone, but many are asking to help them and what we can put together.
Allison Motz
53:01
Schools are struggling-additional programming in socio-emotional and education and parent resources: the changes in society and in their lives (unemployment-persistent unemployment-leading to homelessness).
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
53:25
The demographics for Cleveland sometimes look like they need more but we find that the other first ring communities may have less resources available to them.
Alexander Leslie
54:51
This is all insightful, folks--and yes, Jacquelyn, the previous governor had a report detailing the increasing "suburbanization" of poverty. Of course, in a crisis, both city and suburbs are in need--but a great point.
Alexander Leslie
56:43
Thank you all--appreciate all of your perspectives
Alexander Leslie
01:01:20
Regions for Breakout Groups:1. Multiple regions2. City East (Collinwood, Glenville, Central)3. City Southeast (Mount Pleasant, Lee/Harvard, Kinsman, Buckeye/Woodland, Buckeye, Shaker, Slavic Village)4. City West (Detroit-Shoreway, MetroWest, Tremont, Ohio City)5. City Southwest (West Blvd, Bellaire Puritas, Kamm's Corner)6. West/South Suburbs (Parma, Lakewood, Middleburg, Strongsville)7. East Suburbs (East Cleveland, Shaker, Warrensville, Maple, Euclid)8. Open if any group is too large
william Horning
01:01:41
You all impact a wonderful population!...….Reach Success is happy to partner with Any organization with needs in Education, Workforce, or Community support
Alexander Leslie
01:03:16
Three things:1. Who you are2. What you do (for youth)3. What do you think the greatest need is for children/young adults in the coming months?
Allison Motz
01:04:15
Who You Are? What you do well? Greatest need for children and young adults?
Tevin Rey
01:04:25
got it
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
01:04:25
Think about things that public agencies like ours can do to support you.
Annette Harper
01:04:29
how do i get to the breakout room
Oronde East
01:08:20
2
Johnny Robinson
01:08:51
2
Brian Webster
01:09:09
3
Talithia Martin
01:09:14
I do not remember which neighborhoods are in each breakout room
Allison Motz
01:10:00
egions for Breakout Groups:1. Multiple regions2. City East (Collinwood, Glenville, Central)3. City Southeast (Mount Pleasant, Lee/Harvard, Kinsman, Buckeye/Woodland, Buckeye, Shaker, Slavic Village)4. City West (Detroit-Shoreway, MetroWest, Tremont, Ohio City)5. City Southwest (West Blvd, Bellaire Puritas, Kamm's Corner)6. West/South Suburbs (Parma, Lakewood, Middleburg, Strongsville)7. East Suburbs (East Cleveland, Shaker, Warrensville, Maple, Euclid)8. Open if any group is too large
Jennifer Bostic
01:10:46
what room should I go to?
Jennifer Bostic
01:11:13
little critters too
Tanya Pickett
01:11:54
I'm having internet issues, I keep getting kicked out
Beverly Burks
01:24:57
Children live in Families. When the family is broken we as educators and providers see the evidence of the trauma at home. Parents often are not engaged because of their our trauma related to schools or experiences in programs. We cannot heal the children in isolation.
Alexander Leslie
01:36:10
If you run a learning pod and didn't submit your attendance for last week yet, please do that as soon as possible!
Alexander Leslie
01:41:22
Open Coaching/Partner conversation next week
Zshavina Kennedy
01:42:52
👍
Alexander Leslie
01:43:44
We could call it a partner networking session--and include the needs statement
Jacquelyn Zevenbergen
01:45:55
This was an awesome session!!
Brenda Pryor
01:46:00
Looking forward to getting to know new partners.
Alexander Leslie
01:46:04
Thank you!
Katie Ross
01:46:31
Thank you!