you know where your center stands in the center classification process?
Find out how close your center is to attaining Model center classification
and the needed documentation for completing the process.
Neighborhood Networks center classification process defines the
factors that develop successful Neighborhood Networks centers. Advancement
to Model center classification indicates that your center has established
successful programs for resident self-sufficiency and developed
resources for center sustainability. This conference call and Webinar
will address the importance of center classification and how it
helps centers take their place as Model assets within their communities.
Key to this process of growth and sustainability is the development
of the Model center binder.
participating in this Webinar, participants will learn:
||The steps for achieving Designated, Certified,
and Model center classification. |
||The documentation needed for completing the Model
center binder. |
||The process for submitting the Model center binder.
||How the binder contributes to center success.
can expect to receive a Web site link to download the Webinar PowerPoint
presentation and sample documentation for later reference.
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more information, contact the Neighborhood Networks Information
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questions or ideas can be posted on the Neighborhood Networks discussion