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AAD 565, Unit 8:What’s in it for us?

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Transcript of AAD 565, Unit 8:What’s in it for us?

Unit 8:
What’s in it for us?
1. Finding the right community partners
2. Examples and Unusual Pairings
Win-Win-Win (-win-win-win)
Us
Partners
Facilitators
Constituents
Agendas
Partner or Program - Which Comes First?
partner-based collaboration
Partnership characteristics and benefits
Product
Service
Direct connections to theme
Constituents and/or community
Financial/philanthropic resources
What we gain from partnerships
Meet program goals (including those established for a primary or core activity) and projected outcomes
Meet institutional goals and objectives
Participate in community-based partnerships to help others accomplish their goals; provide community leadership
Better serve our constituents and communities by providing resources beyond what we previously had
Serve others with resources beyond what they had
Include new people - increase audiences
Increase institutional awareness and exposure of overall institution mission and vision
Help new and potential constituents better understand institutional products, services and goals
Partner Process Guide
Identify program themes and assets
Identify potential partners
Mutually determine and identify needs
Plan how to identify and develop programs
Identify intent and meaning through engagement strategies
Outline activities and constituents/communities to be served (determine if it’s exclusive to the partner(s), or open to other groups or the general public)
Determine if this partnership is fair, has meaning and is win-win-win
EXAMPLE 1: Program-based Partnership: Beyond Glory (theatre production)
Identify program themes and assets
Military groups
Heros in our community
VA Hospitals
Veterans Day activities (the production would be performed a week after Veterans Day)
Stories of the human condition
Current issues regarding war and heroism
Identify potential partners
K-12 Education
Teachers
Students
College departments
History & Government
Philosophy & Ethics
Psychology & Behavioral Neuroscience
Social studies & Anthropology
Theatre
Libraries
Public
College
Local Armed Forces service groups
Wounded Warriors Project
Veterans Hospital
Veterans social posts
National Guard/Reserves
Local Hospice
ROTC Programs
Mutually determine and identify needs
Plan how to identify and develop programs
Identify intent and meaning through engagement strategies
Outline activities and constituents/communities to be served
K-12 Education
Boyle County High School teacher had approximately 60 high school students interview 30 local Armed Forces Veterans of all ages using criteria from a national program that then archives those stories nationally and in perpetuity. The interviews were video recorded and a film was created from all of the interviews.
College departments
WATCH: Seeing the Elephant (*first 20 minutes)
Local Armed Forces service groups
Local Hospice
Identify potential partners [part 1]
Identify program themes and assets
Mutually determine and identify needs
Plan how to identify and develop programs
Identify intent and meaning through engagement strategies
Identify potential partners [part 2]
Outline activities and constituents/communities to be served
Determine if this partnership is fair, has meaning and is win-win-win
EXAMPLE 3: Unusual Pairings
Am I Dead Yet?
Arts organization: performing arts center
Partner: funeral home + health care providers
Chili cook-off with local celebrity chef and Fire Battalion Chief
Firetruck present outside building during Big Read Finale celebration; included tours of fire trucks, trying on uniforms, interacting with costumed “Sparky the fire dog”
Panel discussion: Fire Chief Confessional about community service, reading, etc. Panel participants included: Battalion Chief, Fire Marshal, Captain, Firefighter/paramedic and Firefighter/engineer
Fire chief read passages from the book during the opening event
Voices Inside
Arts organization: summer repertory theatre company
Partner 1: local penitentiary
Partner 2: large producing theatre company
http://voicesinside.org/
How will our objectives or goals be supported by being part of it?
How does what we have to offer benefit the other partners in achieving their key indicators or objectives? How about their constituents?
How does what a partner has to offer benefit our organization to achieve our key indicators or objectives? How about our constituency?
How does our mutual efforts benefit each others'?
Program-based collaboration
supports theme?
their needs
our needs
mutual needs
community needs
Community Connectors and Values
art for art's sake
social/political issues
cultural enrichment
shared community or global values
entertainment
Program-based partnership
1
Partner-based partnership
2
Unusual pairings that illustrate the limitless potential to collaborate
After....
Stephen Lang
Background.
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002332/
VISIT: Stephen Lang IMDB
Teachers
College departments
Libraries
Local Armed Forces service groups
Local hospice
ROTC
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bgGw2zTq5s6koeS7JMXW_pxIQSYYTWuS
Libraries
ROTC Programs
Determine if this partnership is fair, has meaning and is win-win-win
EXAMPLE 2: Partner-based Partnership: Boyle County Public Library
Background.
Performing Arts Center & Local Library
partnered with the
READ: ‘Unit 8 - AAA Grant FINAL 1.7.13.pdf’
https://drive.google.com/open?id=12I68ChaDJ1YXCUOJY59CeAicAeSwdtzu
{ ‘Unit 8 - AAA Grant FINAL 1.7.13.pdf’ }
Comprehensive List
&
Partner Process Guide narrative
VIEW: A larger version of the chart
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1de7FRhN2p6qB53hEtLpZQ3wWbLqggceP
VIEW: Programs that were developed in collaboration with the library
https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pnm_kP6U6UC8Ssv4vdDeiP4cApJbcvRK
Partnership Continues!
Big Read
Arts organization: literary cultural center
Partner: fire department
Big Read - Monterey County Picture Book
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1TXpiYA1LvwiZrn59Hud3ugQnA27ZwRhfrTHaWXEXrJQ/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000
VISIT: VoicesInside.org
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