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FIU Project Panther Life: Learning is for Everyone

Project Panther LIFE: Learning Is For Everyone is a certificate, non-degree program of study which allows students with Intellectual Disabilities to access and participate in a variety of FIU courses, varied job shadowing opportunities throughout campus, supervised employment internship experiences in the community, and other required program and community activities (e.g., Summer Residential Program, online academic... more »
Who are you?

We are Panther LIFE, a postsecondary transition program for students with intellectual disabilities to have a university-based experience and prepare for paid employment. Visit program website for more information http://education.fiu.edu/pantherlife

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Students with Intellectual Disabilities have the poorest post-school outcomes compared to other students with disabilities. Panther LIFE is the only postsecondary transition program in South Florida providing access to a university and preparation for paid employment. By focusing on academic, social, and independent living skills, positive growth can be documented in employment and increased self-esteem as students begin to perceive themselves as more similar to their non-disabled peers.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

To achieve a greater Miami, we need to provide education opportunities for all young people in our community, including those with Intellectual Disabilities. We are working to achieve this goal through Project Panther LIFE, a partnership led by Florida International University in collaboration with Miami-Dade County Public Schools and Parent to Parent of Miami. With the support of The Miami Foundation, we can ensure that learning really is for everyone.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Our program has rapidly grown. Panther LIFE students take university courses, present at conferences, participate in workshops, learn about technology and email etiquette, and gain travel expertise of the Miami Metro System. Students research healthy food choices, participate in scheduled fitness classes, and some even compete in the Special Olympics! All students participate in a job shadowing experience. To date, we have graduated 6 students and 4 are currently employed in the community.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Florida International University

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TLE - Education - Employment - Independence - for the Disabled

Paid employment and independent living – support TLE (The Learning Experience School) in its drive to help its adult students to pursue these goals and to become happy, productive members of the community.

Who are you?

The Learning Experience School has a proven and successful track record, offering children and adults with mild to moderate developmental disabilities an excellent uninterrupted education from infancy through adulthood since 1977.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Early intervention, a quality education, and training, help all people obtain employment and become productive members of society – and those with intellectual disabilities are no exception. Students with disabilities are amongst the most dedicated and reliable workers there are. Our adult students can work and want to. Some have paid jobs but not all. We need job coaches to ensure that their work experience is successful, both for them and for their employers.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Education and training give all people a better chance of finding a job, being productive, independent, self-reliant, and well-adjusted members of the community.

Please give examples of your project's success.

TLE’s Shannon Campus allows our young adults to continue their education in multiple areas after receiving a top-quality education there. We have been able to help some students find paid employment where they are considered hardworking, dedicated and reliable by their employers and are extremely proud to do their jobs well. They are productive members of society. They - and we - want this for each one of them.

Organization Name (or individuals name) The Learning Experience School

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MDC Single Stop Mentoring Program:Access, Retention, and Success

Miami Dade College (MDC) Single Stop program is a “One Stop Shop” for students to connect to social services, mentoring programs, and academic counseling. Established in 2010, MDC Single Stop program proactively works to assist low-income students to obtain a college degree. MDC and its partners provide necessary counseling and coaching for participants from pre-registration to graduation and job placement. The program... more »
Who are you?

The MDC Mentoring Program is an initiative that place students in a 2-year mentoring relationships. The program provides one-on-one academic support and career coaching that enable students to achieve a college degree and employment upon graduation.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

In 2009, 1,475 young adults aged out of foster care in Florida. Based on recent statistics, less than 50% will earn a high school diploma before they turn 22, most will experience homelessness and only 30% will be gainfully employed. Nationally less than 3% of former foster care youth your ever obtain a college degree. Through the MDC Single Stop Mentoring Program, MDC can expand its program to assist these young adults to obtain a college degree and career success.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

The strength of Miami relies on its residents. We must provide the opportunity for an education to all residents and implement systems to help our citizens to succeed. In partnership with Educate Tomorrow, an organization that promotes independence through education, MDC is working to close the gap of educational attainment for former foster care youth. Support from the Miami Foundation would help MDC to expand the mentor program to a silent and extremely at risk population in our community.

Please give examples of your project's success.

The MDC Mentoring program has traditional served our most at-risk population. Over the past three years, 343 mentor/mentee relationships have been established. For academic year 2013/2014, the average participant GPA was 3.0. 69% of the participants have a completion rate of 50% and more are on track to graduate this year. This past summer our mentoring program implemented an executive paid internship program which include permit job placement.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Miami Dade College

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Developing a Culture of Excellence: Center for Leadership at FIU

In a unique partnership with Miami Northwestern Senior High School, and with the support of Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS), the FIU Center for Leadership is committed to inspiring, motivating, and encouraging Miami Northwestern’s non-instructional staff to connect and develop relationships with their students that will contribute to the student’s overall development and future success.

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Who are you?

The FIU Center for Leadership is a nationally recognized center for leadership research, development, and training. The Center’s leadership development programs were recently ranked #1 among educational institutions in the USA.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Traditionally underachieving ETO schools struggle with issues of morale, student and teacher retention and graduation rates. There are 108 schools in the district identified by ETO as underachieving schools. Students in these schools often lack appropriate role models and sometimes only find structure and positive interaction is from school staff. Given the socio-economic challenges of students at ETO schools, the school environment plays a significant role in students’ overall development.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Education Goal 1: M-D children have access to a quality education: Helping to maintain designated ranking of A for Miami Northwestern. Improved school quality helps future workforce needs and attracts residents and businesses to our community.
Education Goal 2: M-D students thrive academically. Promoting positive school/work environment provides stability and incentive for retention and graduation.

Please give examples of your project's success.

These workshops were created to meet Northwestern's pressing need for broader foundation for maintaining school performance.This year, 2 workshops have been held with more than 50 participants and 190 contact hours. The success has already been acknowledged by school leadership, "I have received great feedback" and "I truly believe you and your team was sent from heaven. I was wondering for years what can be done with staff to meet our service expectations. Finally my dream has come true!"

Organization Name (or individuals name) FIU Center for Leadership

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Affirming YOUth

Affirming YOUth is a workshop where youth, as well as their parents, can come to learn and understand experiences different from their own, where inclusion is paramount; where diversity and words used to communicate matter; and where knowing creates empathy.

Achieving this milestone is done through skits, open discussions and musical selections focusing on body weight, sexual orientation, conflict resolution, bullying... more »
Who are you?

Affirming YOUth is a non-profit organization that takes a holistic approach to helping individuals to realize their true potential through self-actualization with the goal of inspiring each person to become a more fully functioning ‘ME.'

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Research has shown adolescents who are bullied experienced more psychological distress and earned lower grades than their peers.

Affirming YOUth addresses the relationship of bullying involvement and its association with school attendance, academic achievement, disciplinary actions, safety, and belonging which can be barriers to a quality education.

Student workbooks that accompany the program increase reading comprehension skills, strengthens writing ability and academic creativity.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Poor quality schools threatens a community’s future workforce by failing to provide students with the skills necessary to thrive as adults.

One of the primary purposes of primary and secondary education is to ensure that all students obtain basic reading and math skills.

Miami-Dade county has a smaller percentage of top-rated schools than Florida, and the county percentage has fallen dramatically in the past two years.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Affirming Youth Conflict Resolution/Anti-Bullying Curriculum is already approved through Miami Dade County Public Schools.

Pre/Post Test data analysis of 800 students has proven the program to be effective because it allows participants to become stakeholders in the outcome. It also allows them to share their experiences and offer tips on how together “we” can stand together against hate, prejudice and stereotypes.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Affirming YOUth

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Hialeah Reads! Literacy Initiative

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The City’s comprehensive literacy program, Hialeah Reads!, was implemented in the summer of 2000. Through Hialeah Reads!, the City of Hialeah has offered one to one reading tutoring for children, small group reading tutoring and intensive reading classes, a computerized reading program for adults and children to aid with English language skills, conversational English classes for adults, one to one basic literacy assistance... more »
Who are you?

The City of Hialeah is a full service city. The Education & Community Services Department offers after-school and camp programs, adult centers, a therapeutic recreation center, and more. City services are of excellent quality and are in high demand.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Over the past 13 years, these free programs have been tailored to the community’s needs as they arise, making them a viable tool to serve the diverse population. The majority of Hialeah students come from homes that speak English as a second language and parents may not be adequately equipped to help their children with reading and homework. Our tutoring programs allow free access to academic assistance that would otherwise be unavailable to low income families.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

The Hialeah Reads! Literacy Initiative addresses the data point from The Our Miami Report which focuses on grade school reading proficiency. With a significant percentage of Hialeah students considered English Language Learners, a need has been presented for the City to provide access to quality literacy programming that ensures reading proficiency of school aged children. Hialeah’s partnerships within the community are also fundamental in the success of city programs.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Since 2000, the Hialeah Reads! Literacy Initiative has successfully served 4,000 Hialeah residents in our literacy programs. Tutoring is provided in a productive and consistent setting, allowing participants to focus and gain confidence as they learn. Parents of children who participate in the City of Hialeah literacy program report that their children show noticeable improvement in school. Pre and Post test results for programs also show clear evidence of improvement for most students.

Organization Name (or individuals name) City of Hialeah Education & Community Services

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ELEVATE. A day of Lifting your mind, body, spirit & social well-

BEING A BETTER PERSON - through what we eat, how we take care of ourselves, how we treat ourselves and how we treat others. Many of us find some, most or all of these topics difficult to follow in our daily lives. Add the pressures of family, peers, ageing, economy & surroundings, and it often becomes overwhelming.

Our project provides much needed guidance, learning tools & services to assist this under-served and often... more »
Who are you?

UNITY COALITION|COALICION UNIDA
The First & Only organization for the So. Fla. Latino|Hispanic|LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning) Community - advancing Equality & Fairness since 2002.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Self Esteem, Health & Wellness all directly affect how we treat ourselves and others around us. ELEVATE offers the tools to be a Better Person - to yourself, your mind, body, spirit & social well being.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Education

Please give examples of your project's success.

Since 200, Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida has provided the South Florida community with programming, trainings & workshops - all geared at self improvement, awareness & growth within and with the Hispanic|Latino|LGBTQ community. ELEVATE is the natural next step... to bring many of these issues of Healthy Eating, Exercise, Spiritual growth, Taking leadership in your own health & well being, dating & social skill development, art & creativity - in partnership with local businesses & orgs.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida

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The Miami Greenhouse Project

The Greenhouse Project is a program of NY Sun Works dedicated to improving K through 12 grade Environmental Science Education in urban schools. We use hydroponic farming technology with integrated curriculum and professional development to educate students and teachers about science and sustainability. The science content of our program is conveyed through the lens of hydroponic urban farming and addresses topics in biology,... more »
Who are you?

NY Sun Works is a non-profit organization that envisions a generation of environmental innovators, empowered to create solutions to global resource challenges. See how we’re growing by visiting www.nysunworks.org

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

The environmental challenges confronting the next generation require a sophisticated understanding of how science can be applied. Implementation of the Miami Greenhouse Project Program in Miami-Dade K-8 schools will be a critical step in providing students with the necessary knowledge and 21st century skills to tackle complex global issues, especially those related to climate change.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Our programs capture the interest and engagement of all students, including groups underrepresented in STEM fields such as females and minorities. Our cross-disciplinary learning addresses science and sustainability, nonfiction reading, writing, math and social studies by connecting subjects through critical thinking practice. Sun Works helps students thrive academically by offering an interactive tool for engaging science learning in a safe environment that invites exploration and discovery.

Please give examples of your project's success.

In five years, Sun Works has implemented The Greenhouse Project in 17 schools in the NYC area, with 14 more in development. We have produced a comprehensive Science and Sustainability K-8 curriculum that utilizes our hydroponic systems to cover common core and state mandated standards in science and other disciplines. We have trained over 100 teachers, and we directly impact over 4,900 students in public schools each year. To learn more about our projects, visit www.nysunworks.org/projects.

Organization Name (or individuals name) NY Sun Works

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TRANSItioning Programming for the Transgender Community of SoFla

Our year-long project provides much needed guidance, learning tools & services to assist this underserved and often overlooked segment of our community…Resulting in a better understanding of the Trans community, better trained & prepared individuals, employment opportunities & overall support.

- ESTABLISHING TRANSMiami Center, 2 meetings per month..2nd & 3rd Tues of every month. 6-8pm
- Providing support, guest speakers... more »
Who are you?

UNITY COALITION|COALICION UNIDA
The First & Only organization for the So. Fla. Latino|Hispanic|LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning) Community - advancing Equality & Fairness since 2002.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

According the U.S. Census, over .03% of our Miami-Dade County residents identify as TRANSGENDER, with hundreds arriving each day via the Caribbean & Latin America – often undocumented – making this number much higher.

The law, protections and community services are all but non-existent for the Transgender community.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Civic Engagement
Health & Safety
Economy
Housing & Affordability
Education

Please give examples of your project's success.

We have already held 4Trans Community workshops within the last year, in Dade & Broward County. We have collaborated with AQUA Foundation, SunServe, SAVE, Laatinos Salud, the Miami Beach LGBT Center and TransMiami - and successfully addressed a full house each time.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida

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HealthCorps - Empowering Youth Through Wellness

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HealthCorps University (HCU) is a train-the-trainer professional development program that empowers educators and administrators to bring HealthCorps’ innovative, health and wellness curriculum to schools, summer camps, community centers, and organizations. HCU provides hands-on training, engaging materials, tools, and support for trainees as they improve health and wellness through classroom education, staff engagement,... more »
Who are you?

HealthCorps University (HCU) is a train-the-trainer program within HealthCorps (HC), a 501(c)3, that was founded in 2003 by Dr. Mehmet Oz, and his wife Lisa, to combat the childhood obesity crisis.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Healthcorps’ in-school program has been in four high schools within Miami-Dade public schools since 2009; currently, we are present in two. Through our professional development trainings for district and school staff, we will be able to enhance the quality of health education that Miami students receive. The trainings will educate the staff, which will in-turn lead to enhancement of students’ life skills, health status and greater academic success.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Our project directly addresses the current 22.3% obesity rate in Miami, and perpetuates student academic success by educating adolescents on healthy life choices that pertain to nutrition, exercise, mental resilience, and necessary life-skills. As stated in The Our Miami Report, “there is a strong link between physical health and academic achievement.” Additionally, HCU will address the 3.6% deficiency Miami is currently experiencing from the Florida state average of high quality educators.

Please give examples of your project's success.

To date, HealthCorps’ curriculum has been deployed in 17 different states and has had an impact on approximately 300,000 teens and 600,000 of their family and community members. Our evidence based curriculum has increased student water consumption by 18%, has reduced 1% of body fat composition in overweight students within 8 months, and has increased student health knowledge by 11%. HCU has had nationwide success in empowering educators to address the health and wellness of their students.

Organization Name (or individuals name) HealthCorps

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Countdown to the Classroom - Education of Tomorrow, Today

Countdown Institute is a Miami-based education startup using context based learning to teach computer science and programming. We use real life examples in the context of space exploration to teach these principles.

One of our founders, Ajit Jaokar, teaches machine learning and IoT at Oxford University in UK. Ajit recently worked with 400 computer science teachers to develop curriculum changes in Europe. Countdown Institute's... more »
Who are you?

Countdown Institute teaches computer science and coding using context-based learning. We offer experiential learning opportunities for kids age 10-18.
Our first program, Code in Space uses the context of space exploration using an ArduSat satellite.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Our educational approach is two-fold. First, we use the context-based learning approach shown to be effective for science curriculum. Second, we are developing Countdown to the Classroom to not only bring the educational approach to our students, we are training the teachers as we do so.

The course will be taught by our faculty with the teacher shadowing and assisting in the process. Our teaching the teacher method is our lasting community benefit.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Our Miami Report reveals the following needs:
- Effective teachers most important factor in furthering student achievement,
- M-D County has a high rate of qualified teachers, but lower than US, and
- Availability of instructional resources an important contributor to quality of school.

We address by:
- Context based curriculum based on space exploration,
- Use of affordable open source platforms, and
- Integrated teacher training into our curriculum to have a long lasting impact.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Our first parent response to our program was that this experience was why they moved to Miami. While not all of our citizens have the ability to choose where to live, we all benefit by retaining and attracting talented parents in Miami. Most important of all, we raise the educational standards for all in Miami by improving our schools.

One founder leads efforts to transform computer science curriculum in Europe. Countdown is a Miami startup expanding in Florida and to UK and Dubai in 2015.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Countdown Institute

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Bringing Minnesota Magic to the Magic City

Why should kids in Minnesota be more prepared for Kindergarten than kids in Miami-Dade? The Minnesota Reading Corps (MRC) uses the AmeriCorps model to provide trained literacy tutors for children beginning in PreK. It is the largest state AmeriCorps program in the country. We are working with them to launch the Miami-Dade Reading Corps as the first replication in Florida for this innovative and successful program in school... more »
Who are you?

The Center for Social Change is a nonprofit dedicated to cultivating social innovation to achieve meaningful social change with maximum impact. Our dedicated changemakers work in education, entrepreneurship and everything in between.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

A recent report from the Annie Casey Foundation tells us that children who get to fourth grade without learning to read proficiently are on the high school dropout track. The ability to read is critical to a child’s success in school, life-long earning potential and their ability to contribute to the nation’s economy and its security. By providing the MRC model here in Miami-Dade we can intervene early and make a real and measurable difference with a scalable model that has been proven to work.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

We believe that here in Miami-Dade AVERAGE is not an option! The data on reading in the report indicates that Miami-Dade's 4th grade students are reading on par with the average US student, yet our 4th grade reading levels have dropped and the proficiency levels are less than 1/2 of a possible 500 points. We know that a child's ability to read at grade level in the 3rd grade is a predictor of their academic success later in life. MRC assures that they enter school at grade level.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Students who received MRC tutoring achieved significantly higher literacy assessment scores than students who did not. Why is that important? In 2013, 57% of Florida's 3rd grade students received a passing score on the reading FCAT test. In Miami-Dade, 56% passed. In the schools contained in the Educational Transformation Office (ETO), less than 30% of the 3rd graders received a passing score. MRC students achieved an 80% pass rate on the statewide 3rd grade reading test in the evaluation year.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Center for Social Change

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Liberty to Make

A makerspace in Liberty City will help locals garner & foster their entrepreneurial & creative talents while coming together as a community. This culturally-infused makerspace will serve as a hub for socially-conscious technological innovation through hands-on education. Community members will gain specialized skills in fields such as design thinking, 3D printing, modeling & fabrication, & programming. Liberty to Make... more »
Who are you?

MIAMade is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering a sustainable maker culture in Miami.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

Our program will promote specialized skills & embed the principles of making that will lead to neighborhood development & job growth for new makers. Students that pursue a postsecondary education with a concentration in a STEAM disciplines, are more likely to either change studies or drop out if they didn’t receive prior hands-on training. Making will accelerate the creative process and extend collaborative processes while giving them a new value for artisanship.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Providing Maker Education opportunities to the people of Liberty City through an ambassador teaching program allows them to broaden & transfer their knowledge in STEAM fields. These new skills contribute to the workforce & will lower risk for unemployment. An interest in making can increase not only high school graduation rates from 77.2% in Miami to surpass national standards, but also increase enrollment in postsecondary education with the hands-on training that they will gain.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Liberty to Make is a reinvisioned Wynwood Maker Camp, developing new innovative thinkers in the Liberty City community. MIAMade’s maker events and programs, such as the Miami Mini Maker Faire, Maker Saturdays and the camp, has exposed STEAM disciplines to over 6,500 citizens in Miami. As a result, youth have been exposed to interdisciplinary approaches to making, confidence in the making process & a sense of pride in their final products.

Organization Name (or individuals name) MIAMade

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Cinemagique

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Cinemagique is a unique multidisciplinary, cross-cultural educational film program offered to students from third to twelfth grades in Miami-Dade public and charter schools. Students have the opportunity to view and critique European short films and learn short film production.

This hands-on approach allows students to:

• Develop the ability to think critically, creatively, and practically and learn how to assess... more »
Who are you?

Red Chemistry, Inc. is a Miami based non-profit arts education organization offering educational filmmaking and screening programs that promote literacy, cultural awareness, critical thinking, and develop an appreciation for European filmmaking.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

This project enhances the quality of education by accompanying the standard school curricula with a film program that might not otherwise be available to students. Cinamagique's approach is multidisciplinary and participatory, integrating traditional academic subjects and a film project or film criticism. Interactive learning that is enjoyable, engages student's interests and is project oriented improves students' grasp of academic subjects as well as communication and critical skills.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

Cinamagique directly addresses Education Goal 1: making instructional resources available that contribute to a high quality education. The language component supports schools with bilingual language programs; Education Goal 2: for students of diverse age, cultural, language and socio-economic backgrounds. The program also addresses the Arts and Culture issue by developing audiences who appreciate the arts and students who may go on to study art and go into art related fields.

Please give examples of your project's success.

Teacher feedback through workshop evaluations and teacher input has been highly favorable. The quality of student work is also a testimony to the project's success. Examples are script dialogues written by students at Carver Middle School and poetry written by fourth graders based on themes from films they viewed.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Red Chemistry

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Engaging Miami Students: Opportunities in Health & Environment

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In collaboration with the University of Miami (UM) and other partners, this project affords Miami-based students the opportunity to complement their academic training with real-world opportunities in population, health and environment (PHE) issues. The project will advance talent, opportunity and engagement by:
- pioneering the first PHE integrated program of its kind in the country and leveraging it to directly serve... more »
Who are you?

The Center for Environment & Population (CEP) is a leading non-profit organization dedicated to building leadership by linking students with real-world civic, professional & research opportunities, & to give back to their Greater Miami communities.

How does this project impact the issue you selected?

This project strengthens Miami-based students education & links to civic engagement, environment & health. Miami-based students will be able to link their academics with practical skills & real-world opportunities that build on their studies. They will have access to experts, civic leaders & professionals; paid internships/jobs in Miami; interactive learning webinars; youth leadership forums; a Miami-based student conference; do research; produce online materials & create social media forums.

What data points from The Our Miami Report does your project address?

This project provides an opportunity for Miami-based students to apply academic skills, knowledge & expertise on 3 data points:education (academic achievement,real world opportunities);civic engagement (volunteering & paid employment); environment (air, water, transport, sea level rise). Academic achievement will be strengthened & linkages made with students & community.This project will act as a magnet for UM & Miami-Dade area to attract students & retain college graduates with opportunities.

Please give examples of your project's success.

CEP & UM have worked together to integrate UM's academic focus with civic & professional engagement on population, health & the environment (PHE).We would like to make a strong link with Greater Miami so students & community can benefit from their skills and expertise.We've held on-campus forums & workshops, helping UM students & graduates make the links between their studies and the outside world. This project will allow us to formalize all of this material and activities.

Organization Name (or individuals name) Center for Environment and Population (CEP)

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