COIN (Civic Opportunities Initiative Network)

COIN Curriculum Components

  • Summer Learning –Educational activity when regular schooling is not in session, which enhances cognitive development and provides opportunities for civic engagement
  • Leadership Training –A process challenging individuals to interact with others and take responsibility for individual or group goals, which increases confidence, self efficacy, capacity to serve others, and group decision making
  • Coaching–Ongoing encouragement and guidance for participants, including mentoring that increases academic, personal, and social youth development
  • Cohort Movement –The selection of students into a group of peers that develop, work, and progress through stages of the program together

 

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Philanthropic Innovations

Philanthropic Innovations

A fundamental aspect of Marga Incorporated’s work has been to catalyze innovations in philanthropy. 

REPG

Race & Equity in Philanthropy Group

A philanthropic network promoting racial equity and all forms of inclusion in foundation policy and practices.

AITF

Anchor Institutions Task Force

An action oriented learning community, promoting the engagement of anchor institutions in community and economic development.