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1 BTOP Game Plan The facilitators view

2 Community Computer Centers Sustainability Infrastructure Collaborative, Innovative Model addressing the needs of a unique rural area DAC rural characteristics Institutional Decision Makers Service Sectors

3 institutional decision makers Local Government DAC CLC Sunland, Hatch Higher Ed NMSU DACC Schools LCPSD GPSD HPSD Non-Profits Workforce

4 Service Sectors (providers and users) EducationHealthcare Social servicesWorkforce

5 Rural Characteristics: Percentage of DA Children in Poverty Challenges: access to economic, social opportunities Integration Graduating HS Advancement Asset building Steady work

6 Community Computer Centers Sustainability Infrastructure Collaborative, Innovative Model addressing the needs of a unique rural area DAC rural characteristics Institutional Decision Makers Service Sectors

7 IDMs have structure, models Local Government DAC CLC Sunland, Hatch Higher Ed NMSU DACC Schools LCPSD GPSD HPSD Non-Profits Workforce Education Healthcare Social servicesWorkforce SS have insights and linkages

8 Service Sectors (providers + users) What are these sectors insights, issues, and connections that will make our Broad Band model more responsive to the needs of the un/underserved community? - informal surveys with organizations within each sector EducationHealthcare Social servicesWorkforce

9 Facilitation Technique S trengths W eaknesses = challenges O pportunities T hreats = concerns

10 background Explanation of Interview Collecting info to jump start and represent unique conditions Invite organization to continue guidance on 1/29 Organizational Information Mission Programs communities served Special niche Use of the internet Other…

11 Facilitation Technique Strengths what do you feel are the top three overall strategies or approaches that make your organization successful in meeting the needs of the communities you serve?

12 Facilitation Technique Challenges what do you feel are the top three overall obstacles, problems, challenges that your organization faces in meeting the needs of the communities you serve? (according to strategic plan, reports, etc)

13 Facilitation Technique Opportunities what do you feel are the top three opportunities (especially related to direct or indirect internet use) that might help your organization better meet the needs of the communities you serve? Is your organization able to take advantage of these opportunities or is there an obstacle or challenge other than what you already mentioned?

14 Facilitation Technique Concerns If any of these opportunities were to be implemented, what concerns to you have about possible impacts on: Your organization Your clients Potential grant managers other

15 To be filled in as a team StrengthsChallengesOpportntsConcerns Education Org a Org b Org c Workforce Org a Org b Org c Healthcare Org a Org b Org c Soc. Serv. Org a Org b Org c summary

16 Proposal begins to take shape Model Vitality Strengths Institutional capacity Opportunities TBDDAC characteristics Sector challenges and concerns Problems in DAC Ways to measure success Inter- connected strategies And plans Overall outcomes in DAC with BTP

17 Model Vitality Strengths Institutional capacity opportunities TBDDac characteristics Sector challenges and concerns Sector Problems in DAC Ways to measure success Interconnected strategies And plans Overall outcomes in DAC with BTP 1. Begin to articulate problems and outcomes 2. Identify potential and existing models for critique 3. Facilitate sector and mixed group critique The working process… EducationHealthcare Social servicesWorkforce mixed

18 The contact list EducationWorkforceHealth services Social service Org: Name: Phone: Org: Name: Phone: Org: Name: Phone: Org: Name: Phone:

19 timeline TaskJanFebMarapr Finish collecting SWOT data18 Establish potential models for review22 COLLABORATIVE MEETING29 More funXXX


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