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Showcase Session LINK Unlimited and Colgate University: A Community-Based Organization and University Partnership

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  • Getting to and getting through Infrastructure (funding, resources, staffing institution where your students are going to be successful)
  • Data - % going to 4-year schools, % going to in-state vs. out of state, type of preparation, outcomes
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    • 1. Partnership Building A Step-by-Step Guide to Establishing and Executing an Effective Community-Based Organization & College/University Partnership
    • 2. Overview of Presenters
      • LINK Unlimited (Chicago, IL)
      • Colgate University (Hamilton, NY)
    • 3. Step 1: Identification: Determining Who are Viable Partners
      • How do you determine which colleges/universities to establish a partnership with?
      • Key considerations: Does the college….
        • Have the desire to provide educational access opportunities to underserved students
        • Have the infrastructure to support the partnership
        • Have adequate services, resources, and support systems to ensure college graduation
    • 4. Identification, Continued
      • What to look for in a partnership
      • What data to gather
        • Retention and graduation rates of minorities and low-income students
        • Percentage of students that receive financial aid all 4 years
        • Ratio of grants to loans
        • Career placement services and/or graduate/professional school placement services
      • How to “sell” your program as a viable/beneficial partner
    • 5. Step 2: Cultivation: Developing the Relationship
      • Determining key contact (the opportunities programs office, diversity officer, admission office)
      • Counselor programs to learn more about the college
      • Mailing lists, email distribution lists for individual colleges
      • Awareness of other schools who have an interest in establishing/increasing partnerships with CBOs
    • 6. Step 3: Execution: Making the Relationship Work
      • Engaging college representatives in college readiness programs
        • College fairs
        • College workshops
        • Staff training
      • Obtaining funding from colleges to get students and staff on campus
      • Partnering during the application process
    • 7. Step 4: Sustainability
      • Maintain a year-around relationship
      • Level set: successes and areas for improvement
      • Making strategic decisions together about the relationship between the organizations – what more can be done to enhance the connection?
      • Examples

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