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Presidential Advisory Commission Meeting Agenda

Los Angeles, California
July 15, 2002

Community Partnerships Working Group
The East Los Angeles Community Union (TELACU)
Los Angeles, CA

Monday, July 15, 2002

 9:00 AM

Welcome and Opening Statements
Francisco Paret, Community Partnerships Working Group Chair

Approval of Minutes
Francisco Paret, Chair

 9:15 AM

Approve Revised Vision Statement
Adam Chavarria, WHI Associate Director

 9:30 AM

Review Full Commission Issue Areas
Francisco Paret, Chair

10:00 AM


10:15 AM

Establish Goal for Community and Faith-Based Initiatives
Francisco Paret, Chair

11:15 AM


11:30 AM

Working Lunch
Discuss Issue Areas - review barriers
Francisco Paret, Chair

a) Community Resources Overview

b) Policy Area 1: Types of Partnerships

i) University-based Partnerships
ii) Private/Corporate Partnerships
iii) Faith-based Partnerships
iv) Non-profit Partnerships
v) School-based Partnerships

c) Policy Area 2: Funding

i) Government
ii) Private/Corporate
iii) Fundraising

d) Policy Area 3: Coordination

i) Communication
ii) Access
iii) Organization

e) Policy Area 4: Standards

i) Accountability
ii) Sustainability
iii) Scalability

 1:00 PM

Expert Testimony
The East Los Angeles Community Union

 2:15 PM


 2:30 PM

Establish Strategic Objectives
Francisco Paret, Chair

 3:15 PM

Assign Action Items
Review Final Decision of Committee
Francisco Paret, Chair

Other Business
Francisco Paret, Chair

Meeting Adjourns

White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans
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