CM10 Elephant in the Community Kurt Mantonya

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CM10 Elephant in the Community Kurt Mantonya

  1. 1. Community Matters '10 Kurt Mantonya Heartland Center for Leadership Development
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 Strategic Partnership
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 Framework for Effective and Sustainable Rural Community and Economic Development
  4. 4. HomeTown Competitiveness Leaders Charitable Donors Entrepreneurs Young People
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 HomeTown Competitiveness is Focused on Critical Issues  Generational Wealth Transfer  Historical Youth Out-Migration Trends  Loss of Farms, Industry and Small Businesses  Erosion of Leadership Capacity
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 HTC Helps Communities Spiral Up •  Philanthropy for ongoing funds for leadership, youth, and entrepreneurship •  Cultural capital increases with pride and hope as young people return •  Youth engagement, leadership and entrepreneurship development and capturing wealth transfer creates new social, cultural and financial capital. •  Social, political and financial capital to support HTC and early assessment •  Cultural capital begins to change —We can do it! •  Bridging social capital brings outside expertise together with internal wisdom SPIRALINGUP Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Sustainability
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 A National Model  2004 Innovative Program Award from the International Community Development Society  2005 HTC Awarded Entrepreneurship Development Systems Grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (one of six selected in US)  14 HTC Academies completed in 10 states (1000 participants)  Adopted as Indiana’s statewide rural community development strategy
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 HTC Across the Country
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 Putting All the Pieces Together… Leadership Entrepreneurship TransferofWealth Youth
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 Leadership Entrepreneurship Youth TransferofWealth
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 Entrepreneurship Expected Outcomes •  Increased entrepreneurial development •  Increased public sector entrepreneurship •  New jobs and wealth being created •  More current businesses retained and growing
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 Leadership Entrepreneurship Youth TransferofWealth
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 Transfer of Wealth Expected Outcomes •  Community-based endowed assets •  Greater knowledge about charitable giving tools and resources •  Grants awarded to specific activities that will improve economic prospects for individuals and/or technical assistance and business coaching to entrepreneurs and small businesses •  Grants awarded to specific activities that will improve the likelihood that young people stay or return to their hometown
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 Leadership Entrepreneurship Youth TransferofWealth
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 Youth Expected Outcomes •  Entrepreneurship curriculum and community- based learning available to more youth •  Stronger school-community partnerships in place to support shared education and community economic development goals •  Greater youth involvement in community service and leadership •  Increased number of young people returning to their hometown and as newcomers
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 Leadership Leadership Entrepreneurship Youth TransferofWealth
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 Leadership Expected Outcomes •  Increased diversity in community leadership •  Enhanced leadership knowledge and skills •  More volunteer engagement in community projects and activities •  More people willing to run for public office
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 Case Study Valley County, Nebraska
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 Case Study – Valley County Valley County Chronology… •  1999 – No Game Plan or Program •  2000 – Economic Development Board - Staffing Proposed •  2001 – Tax Support Passed •  2002 – Joined HTC - Focused Development Goals - Moved Towards Entrepreneurship •  2004 – Hired a Business Coach
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 Case Study – Valley County Bottom Line Results… •  73 New Businesses •  10 Expansions, 21 Transitions •  332 New Full-Time Jobs •  $90 Million New Investment •  Retail Sales Up 20% vs. 18% Statewide •  Per Capita Income Up 22% vs. 9% •  Population Gain 3% (first in 70 years)
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 Q&A Kurt Mantonya Heartland Center for Leadership Development kmantonya@heartlandcenter.info (402) 474-7667 www.heartlandcenter.info

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