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Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children
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Lessons Learned: Forging Partnerships to Create a Hispanic Education Community that Effectively Engages Latino Parents and Their Children

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This workshop will illustrate how New Futuro and its partners have created a collaborative, scalable community to significantly improve Latino education attainment. Sharing lessons from our 2011 …

This workshop will illustrate how New Futuro and its partners have created a collaborative, scalable community to significantly improve Latino education attainment. Sharing lessons from our 2011 launch, New Futuro and its co-presenters (partners) will provide insights on how we structured our partnerships to forward our mission of inspiring Latino families to believe and achieve their dreams through education and career attainment. We will present a breakthrough, incentive-based partnership model to build an action network that truly leverages all partners’ resources.

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  • 1. Lessons learned forging partnerships to create a Hispanic education community that effectively engages Latino parents and their children PANELISTS: Patricia Leon Guerrero – Director of National Partnerships – Teach For AmericaSam Nelson – Director of Outreach Development – Illinois Student Assistance Commission Tony Ortiz – Director of Partnerships – Big Shoulders Fund Elkin Arredondo – VP of Partnerships – New Futuro DATE: April 19, 2012
  • 2. Agenda History - ContextEcosystem - Our Collective Impact Approach Takeaways Q&A
  • 3. History – ContextLaunching a Bilingual High-Touch, High-Tech Educational Community
  • 4. New FuturoA social enterprise with three key stakeholders 1 23
  • 5. History Magazine and Tabloid2011 Launch Online Platform Latino(a) Heroes Campaign 10 Workshops Building the Ecosystem + EducationMedia Campaign Summit E-CRM
  • 6. The Ecosystem
  • 7. A common agenda: Helping Latinosachieve their career aspirations through a quality education
  • 8. Facing a Massive Problem Degree Attainment 2008 37.9% 2010 38.3% 2025 60% Lumina Goal
  • 9. The Collective Impact Solution•long-term commitment to a common agenda•a group of important actors from different sectors•shared measurement system•mutually reinforcing activities•ongoing communication•staffed by an independent backbone organization Source: Stanford Social Innovation Review, 2011
  • 10. ....fixing one point (Predictor Point) on the educational continuum makes little difference on a macro level unless all parts of the continuum are improved. Collective impact optimally designed will coordinateimprovements at every stage of a young person’s life, from “cradle to career.” Source: Stanford Social Innovation Review, 2011
  • 11. Statistically relevant academic and non-academic milestones where if no intervention is taken, the results include fewer Latino students making it into college.Most of New Futuro’s community-based, non-profit partners focus on key Predictor Points.
  • 12. THIRD GRADEOf those who failedMath or English haveno more than 10%chance of graduatinghigh school on time
  • 13. SENIOR YEAR90% of those whocompleted FAFSAgo onto college
  • 14. Creating a platform that can coordinate improvements at every stage of a family’s life is key.
  • 15. ’s educational community is designed to CONNECT PREDICTOR POINTS for Hispanic families and to insert and showcase our partner’s educational, social and financial assistance programs.Completely BilingualPlatform COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
  • 16. brings CORPORATE PARTNERS—LEADING IN SOCIAL INNOVATION— to inspire, discuss job readiness and promote diversity and inclusion.Completely BilingualPlatform COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS AND CORPORATE PARTNERS
  • 17. a ‘backbone organization’ due to its completely bilingual educational community that engages MILLIONS of Hispanic students and their families from cradle to career.Completely BilingualPlatform
  • 18. ’s online and offline educational community, partners ENGAGE STUDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES with rich digital content, programs and events with special emphasis on identified Predictor Points.Completely BilingualPlatform COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
  • 19. In 2012, and its community-based, educational, media and corporate PARTNERS WILL REACH MILLIONS!Completely BilingualPlatform 300+ Partners
  • 20. Showcasing the opportunity: New Futuro and ISAC:The primary Predictor Point that ISAC has identified is: 90% of those who complete the FAFSA go onto college. If we understand that only 13% of Hispanics compared to 31% non-white Hispanics go to college, the more Hispanics who complete the FAFSA, the better the chance we will raise the total amount of Hispanics that go to college.
  • 21. FAFSA
  • 22. FAFSA
  • 23. FAFSA
  • 24. Summit Participation FAFSA
  • 25. FAFSA
  • 26. A 360º Approach Advertising New Futuro Events + Education Digital Content E-CRM
  • 27. Takeaways
  • 28. Successful Partnerships Require a Framework for Collaboration Structured Yet Organic Enabling Timing Environment Collective Impact Framework
  • 29. Key steps or pathway to build multi-sector partnerships that more effectively engage the Hispanic community Needs Assessment Work Session Implementation Plan Implementation On-Going Review
  • 30. An incentive-based partnership engagement model drives action Partner Success is Ecosystem Success
  • 31. Events Join Us! Careers EventsFinancial Aid Parents Colleges
  • 32. Q&A
  • 33. ¡Gracias!

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