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Encourage and promote effective public, public-private and civil society partnerships, building on the experience and resourcing strategies of partnerships.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Development Corporations: Revitalize neighborhoods and foster partnerships between public, private, and community stakeholders to address local issues such as housing, economic development, and social services.

  2. Neighborhood Associations: Improve the quality of life in specific neighborhoods by facilitating collaboration among residents, businesses, and local government entities.

  3. Chambers of Commerce: Foster partnerships between businesses, government agencies, and community organizations to promote economic development and support local businesses.

  4. Rotary Clubs: Bring together professionals and community leaders to address various social and economic challenges through partnerships and collaborative projects.

  5. Community Foundations: Pool financial resources from donors to support local initiatives and projects that benefit the community, often through partnerships with nonprofit organizations and government agencies.

  6. Civic Engagement Groups: Focus on empowering citizens to participate in the decision-making processes of their communities and often work with various stakeholders to promote partnerships to address local issues.

  7. Local Development Corporations: Stimulate economic growth and development by facilitating partnerships between government, businesses, and community organizations to invest in infrastructure, entrepreneurship, and job creation.

  8. Environmental Conservation Groups: Promote environmental stewardship and sustainability through partnerships with government agencies, businesses, and community members to address issues like pollution, conservation, and climate change adaptation.

  9. Community Action Agencies: Alleviate poverty and empower low-income citizens and families through partnerships with government entities, nonprofit organizations, and community stakeholders to  provide essential services and resources.

  10. Main Street Programs: Revitalize downtown areas and commercial districts by fostering partnerships between local businesses, property owners, residents, and government agencies to promote economic development and historic preservation.

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