CLP affiliates have access to an extensive range of resources, reports, curricula, research and more to support the development of community change programs. For a sampling of resources available, see below:

Advancing College Education for Strengthening Communities and Democracy: A report to the Ford Foundation from Antioch University and CLP’s International Working Group for College Education and Community Change.

Listening. Building. Making Change. Job Profile of a Community Organizer: Our detailed report on the specific tasks, skills and knowledge needed by change agents and how and when organizers apply these.  Includes the results of our nationwide survey of organizers and a focus group with New York City housing organizers.

Student Housing Crisis Report:  Our report, by Andy Mott on the crisis of homelessness and housing among students, and our response.

University Education for Community Change:  A Vital Strategy for Progress on Poverty, Race and Community-Building.  Andy Mott’s founding concept paper and analysis that launched the Community Learning Partnership.

Community Change Leaders in Southeast Michigan A study of workforce demand and academic curricula, June 2015. Prepared by Jeannine La Prad, Deborah Pfliegel, and Toni Moceri.

To learn how to become a CLP affiliate, click here. For information about The Networker, our more extensive collection of course materials available to our affiliated programs and guests, view here.