Program Summaries

Below are new program offerings starting January 2018. For more information on any of these programs, please contact admin@dcpni.org.

· Global Promise Institute (GPI): DCPNI’s practice and research arm which implements REAP Platform projects and services in communities around the world. Through its diversified fee-for service model, GPI also supports the financial sustainability of DCPNI.  Applications will be available in January 2018.

· Promise Equity Fellowship:  A shining example of DCPNI’s “Each One Teach One” model, the Fellowship is a 12-month program designed to support indigenous leaders on their path.  The program provides an infrastructure for leadership development on the ground as they continue to improve the community.

· Racial Equity Anti-Poverty Platform (REAP™): The REAP Platform is a three-piece model of community, educational, and indigenous leader capacity-building support approaches. It functions as a constellation of partners aligning their efforts and sharing data to measure the impact of programs and services on its participants by individual, family, and community levels, as well as within schools. For more information, please contact admin@dcpni.org 

Below is a list of additional programing. For more information on any of these programs, please contact admin@dcpni.org.

· Brothers Reaching Up Higher (BRUH) supports the indigenous male leaders of the Kenilworth-Parkside Community as they reach for higher levels in career, education, and personal development. The 12-week program is designed to build the capacity of program participants to become leaders and model behaviors to positively influence younger generations for a thriving community.

· Moms on the Move (MOTM) provides mothers in the Kenilworth-Parkside community the opportunity for personal growth and the development of skills that will make them successful as they reach for their goals and achieve greater levels of self-sufficiency. The 30-week program operates from the belief that setting intentions and personal development are the prerequisites to goal attainment.

· NatureFest engages youth and families from economically stressed communities in outdoor and nature-based experiences in order to increase their time together for physical and mental wellness and bonding. Considering the role that family engagement plays in not only academic success, but also life success, programming aims to positively affect their attitudes and behaviors towards each other and their environment.

· Promise Mapping meets the challenges and needs of the Kenilworth-Parkside community by providing resources and services that allow families to better manage their personal well-being and overall family stability.

· Sankofa Elder’s Tea is a monthly tea series devoted to empowering our elders to share their experiences in life to inform strategy on building a stronger community through a multigenerational approach.

· Workforce Wednesdays provide residents of the Kenilworth-Parkside community one-on-one job coaching for workforce readiness.  Residents have the opportunity to meet with a Case Manager to discuss strengths, industry training and educational needs, career matching, resume review, and to develop strong interviewing skills.