WHAT IS INFANCY TO INNOVATION (i2i)
* It’s a framework, or an approach to community transformation
* It’s about helping all children, youth and young adults succeed in the global knowledge economy
* It’s about creating innovative solutions for eliminating inequities and disparities
* It’s about facilitating more collaboration, communication and partnerships within the MI Capital Area
All with this goal in mind: By 2020 all children, youth and young adults in the Michigan capital area will grow up with the skills and abilities to actively participate in the global knowledge economy.
REVIEW A SLIDE PRESENTATION ON i2i (Birth to Work)
HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED WITH i2i
For more information on how to get involved, visit: capitalarea.ucp.msu.edu
Browse the i2i portal, enter your Profile or contact one of the Guides to get started.
WK Kellogg Grant Proposal
A three year grant has been awarded by the WK Kellogg Foundation for a Lansing Equity Initiative.
Overview and Goals
Download a copy of the WK Kellogg Grant Proposal submitted on-line in January 2011.
A Transition Team has been formed to help begin planning for the WK Kellogg Foundation grant funded project.
Members of the Transition Team include:
Angela Austin , Laura Bates, Jacquelynne Borden-Conyers, Robert Brown, Cassandre Larrieux, Miles McNall, Michelle Nicholson, Brad Patterson, Peggy Roberts, MC Rothhorn, Ken Sperber, Leanne Lock
Minutes from Project Activity Team (Transition Team) meetings:
Project Activity Team 12-16-11 mtg notes
Project Activity Team 12-09-11 mtg notes
Project Activity Team 11-11-11 mtg not
Project Activity Team 10-27-11 mtg notes
Project Activity Team 9-26-11 mtg notes
Project Activity Team 9-22-11 mtg notes
Project Activity Team 9-1-11 mtg notes
Project Activity Team 8-19-11 mtg notes
The meeting dates for the i2i Team and the i2i Project activity Team are listed in the Great Start Calendar of Events: Ingham GSC Calendar of Meetings and Events.
For more information on the i2i (BTW) Team, the Project Activity Team, or the Lansing Birth to Work Equity Initiative contact: Ken Sperber <kensperber[at]comcast[dot]net>.