Black Oak Mine/Georgetown Divide

Ready by 21 Case Study: Georgetown Divide

This is a story of a community bringing together a wide range of organizations to improve services and results for youth. Community leaders on the Georgetown Divide gathered a broad coalition to improve youth outcomes.

Publishing Date: 
February 23, 2011

Empowering Staff, Improving Quality

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This inspiring 12-minute video documents how the Georgetown Divide, a small community in the Sierra foothills of Northern California has embraced a positive youth development approach across the settings where youth spend time and has anchored that commitment through widespread use of the Youth Program Quality Assessment.

Publishing Date: 
September 8, 2010

Georgetown Divide/Black Oak Mine Receives CCP Award

The Georgetown Ready by 21 Coalition is the recent recipient of of the 2007 Award for Building Community from the Center for Collaborative Planning (CCP) in Sacramento. This award is given annually to community coalition or collaborative who is building community infrastructure that supports youth and community and is bringing human resources to their community.

Publishing Date: 
December 12, 2007