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What are key assumptions about leadership and how to support and develop leadership embedded in the program?
Leadership creates civic and community engagement and enhances our community.
What are the desired outcomes of the program?
Increased leadership skills.
Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Stephanie Scollo
Phone #
619.280.5323

LEAD San Diego is the only organization in the San Diego/Baja region solely dedicated to developing engaged civic and community leaders.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, Pakistan and the Philippines.
Name
Taylor Snyder

The Leadership Development for Mobilizing Reproductive Health Program (LDM), implemented by the Institute of International Education (IIE) West Coast Regional Center, invests in emerging and establish

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Low income high school students
Name
Kimberley Wright
Phone #
503.544.5760

The Pangaea Project is a nine-month leadership development program that empowers low-income high school students to become local community leaders with global perspectives.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
No
If so, whom?
Boys and girls ages 6-17

The Fusion of Youth program's purpose is to provide a means for youth to express themselves artistically while gaining life skills at the same time.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Young people of color from traditionally low-income communities in Boston
Name
Mariama White-Hammond
Phone #
617-427-7950

Project HIP-HOP is an organization that is committed to building youth leaders who can create change in our local neighborhood and at all levels of society.

Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Tom Tuohy
Phone #
1-866-729-5454

Within the public and private sectors of local and world communities, Dream for Kids works in schools and youth organizations in partnership with government and social agencies.

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Outstanding high school and junior high school students.
Name
Rob Donahue
Phone #
847-467-2572

The Civic Education Project (CEP), based at Northwestern University's Center for Talent Development, is an award-winning leadership and citizenship program for outstanding high school and junior hi

What are the desired outcomes of the program?
To benefit the lives of residents of Los Angeles' most diverse, low and moderate income neighborhoods
Does the program serve a specific population
No
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
Name
Darla J. Fjeld
Phone #
213-637-0313

Coalition LA’s (COLA) mission is to benefit the lives of residents of Los Angeles' most diverse, low and moderate income neighborhoods by: * Facilitating ways for residents to take colle

Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
The typical FYI participant is 10-18 years old, of either Latino or African-American descent, and lives in a family with an income close to or below the poverty line. Academically, they are usually in the "middle of the pack"- the kid who often fall between the cracks of the educational system because they are neither underachievers nor are they "gifted" - but who have tremendous potential if given the attention and encouragement of a supportive environment. Most participants live in our home community of Washington Heights, in Upper Manhattan, New York City.
Name
JoAnn Santiago
Phone #
212 781 1113

Our mission is to support and encourage the efforts of young people in Washington Heights to design and carry out community service projects, develop leadership skills, fulfill their potential and rea

What are the desired outcomes of the program?
To provide at-risk youth with the skills necessary to succeed.
Does the program serve a specific population
Yes
Does the program have a “theory of change” or a “program logic model?
No
I am willing to be contacted by other registrants about my program
Yes
If so, whom?
Youth who are in the foster care system, court involved, homeless or out of school
Name
Jodi Rosenbaum
Phone #
781-788-0033

More Than Words is a youth-run bookstore, art gallery, and community center.

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