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"Dreams" and "Strategies" from Brightmoor and Osborn Residents: Themes and Implications for Technical Assistance
 

Summary: "Dreams" and "Strategies" from Brightmoor and Osborn Residents:
Themes and Implications for Technical Assistance
The University of Michigan, School of Social Work
Technical Assistance Center
October 2, 2006
Contact Person: Leslie Hollingsworth
"Dreams" and "Strategies" from Brightmoor and Osborn Residents:
Themes and Implications for Technical Assistance
Goals for each community respectively were:
Brightmoor: "All Brightmoor youth will have access to, and participate in a range of year-
round programs during non-school hours that encourage academic growth and positive
social development."
Osborn: "Families have all the resources and support necessary to make their children
successful in life."
Purpose
The purpose of this analysis was to discern implications for technical assistance
offerings from themes reflected in input provided by residents of Brightmoor and Osborn
neighborhoods. Transcribed reports from 15 small-group discussions occurring in July
and August 2006 by residents of each of the two neighborhoods respectively provided
the data from which this project was carried out.

  

Source: Awtar, Shorya - Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan

 

Collections: Engineering