By June 2023, Human Services will provide 80 CORE Institute events and will target organizations that serve underrepresented populations to support cross-sector, systemwide application of the CORE Investments framework and tools with an equity lens.
|Identify public and private funding to support ongoing training and technical assistance through the CORE Institute for Innovation and Impact.
||Identify trainers, including local resident leaders, and establish agreements. Topics may include (but are not limited to) the Results Menu and Promising Practices library on DataShare, racial equity, collective impact, equitable funding practices, data and evaluation, community engagement and leadership.
||Administer survey to measure knowledge, attitudes, and application of the CORE Investments framework, concepts, and tools among representatives of public agencies, non-profit agencies, community-led advocacy groups, and the private sector.
|1.A.iii, 6.D.iii, 5.C.ii
CORE Investments is a framework intended to support community wellbeing through collective impact efforts. Providing additonal training in the community will help increase the application of CORE principles.