Past Conferences

We plan and host meetings that have impact on the future of the environment and our community.

charting new waters

Friday, August 11, 2017
Sponsors:
Racine Unified School District, Higher Expectations for Racine County, Ford Next Generation Learning
Goals:

By the end of the meeting, participants will:

  • Understand the Academies of Racine model and its alignment with the Ford Next Generation Learning Network;
  • Review Year 1 successes and opportunities for growth;
  • Review Year 2 program goals for input and feedback;
  • Discuss and get agreement on the responsibilities and expectations of the Steering Committee;
  • Develop action plans and next steps focused on key priorities for the Academies of Racine in the 2017-2018 academic year
Thursday, August 03, 2017
Sponsors:
The Arc-Wisconsin, The Arc- Dane County, The Arc of Racine, and The Arc Fon Du Lac
Goals:

While Wisconsin has developed resources aimed at an individual’s needs for long-term services and supports, resources aimed at supporting the family and family caregiver are fragmented and insufficient to meet the needs of families statewide. Wisconsin’s Family Support Coalition will convene to develop a comprehensive strategy to address the needs of families providing care, improve resource coordination, increase access to family supports and create an action plan with concrete next steps aimed at sustaining Wisconsin families into the future.

 

Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Sponsors:
Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers
Goals:

Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers' Department of Environmental Health is planning a retreat for staff to plan for next steps that build on previous successes. In response to the 20th year anniversary and a leadership transition, Department staff will gather to reflect on the programmatic history and impact, critically analyze the current state of the Department, and strategically charter a course for future success. 

Thursday, July 13, 2017
Sponsors:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Racine and Kenosha
Goals:

To build awareness of our one-to-one mentoring programs and the positive impact they have on our children and our community, as well as honoring special volunteers, individuals and businesses for their exceptional contributions to Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Thursday, June 29, 2017
Sponsors:
United Way of Racine County
Goals:

Schools of Hope tutors and teachers will receive a summary of the impact of the program during the 2016-17 school year. The successes shared will include qualitative data from tutors and teachers, and quantitative data from RUSD (MAP scores and reading levels) for fall to spring. In addition, volunteers who have participated for multiple years will be recognized for their service. 

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