Considerations for Successful Outreach
From ITEP Team
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Gillian Gawne-Mittelstaedt, MPA, Director of Tribal Healthy Homes Network describes considerations for successful outreach including 1) What is your message? 2) Who is your audience? and 3) How will you reach them? This presentation (21 minutes) was recorded during a live webinar.
This presentation is one of multiple videos, discussion forums, assignments, and quizzes to be completed as part of the following online course: Partnerships and Community Outreach. Registration for this online course is available through the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals at itep.scholarlms.com/catalog under Tribal Environmental Management.
Partnerships and Community Outreach for Tribal Professionals provides tribal environmental professionals with tribal-specific tools and resources to engage their community and other stakeholders in the development and implementation of their tribal environmental management plan. This online course is equivalent to 0.5 continuing education units (CEUs) and requires approximately five hours of total learning time.
After completing this online course, participants will be able to:
1) Understand why community outreach is important to environmental management, and explain the value of both giving and getting information.
2) List methods and tools for community involvement, and determine which are appropriate in various situations.
3) List stakeholders who should be involved in a community outreach effort.
4) Develop a community involvement plan for a tribal environmental outreach process.
Sharon Hausam, PhD, AICP, Planning Program Manager, Pueblo of Laguna
Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals