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Learned Approaches to Successful Community Change

Many successful community change models are currently being used by community and economic development practitioners. Based on what we have learned about successful community change approaches from 10 noteworthy community development initiatives, this webinar will identify the common elements among successful community change initiatives, including learned approaches in community preparation, program design, program delivery, and follow-up activities.

Also presented by: Norm Walzer, Senior Research Scholar, Northern Illinois University; Mary Emery, NCRCRD Fellow, Iowa State University; Mark Peterson, Breakthrough Solutions Program, University of Arkansas; and Paul Lachapelle, Horizons Program, Montana State University

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