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Collection Number: 40356

Collection Title: Center for International Understanding of the University of North Carolina (System) Records, 1980-2007 (bulk 1988-2003)

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Size 7.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 5000 items)
Abstract The Center for International Understanding of the University of North Carolina (System) was founded in 1979 through the efforts of North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt and First Lady Carolyn Hunt. It was known initially as the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU). After it became affiliated with the national non-profit organization Friendship Force International (FFI), it was known as the Friendship Force of North Carolina. That affiliation ended in 1988. Though headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., the center has been administratively a part of the University of North Carolina (System) since its inception. Its mission has been to educate North Carolina's business, policy, and education leaders about the world and to foster greater global engagement on the part of the state. Its programs have included numerous international exchanges and partnerships. Since 2002, much of the center's activity has focused on building cultural competency among the state's K-12 students. Records, 1980-2007 (bulk 1988-2003), consist of materials related to the administration and programs of the Center for International Understanding. Included are correspondence, annual reports, legal documents, budget requests, grant applications, strategic planning files, program files, training materials, and minutes of advisory groups. The Addition of October 2013 consists of records related to the center's Latino Initiative, 2002-2005, including records of immersion programs and workshops conducted by the Latino Initiative. Materials include grant files; correspondence; workshop agendas, notes, handouts, rosters, and evaluations; and immersion program informational materials, orientation materials, and itineraries.
Creator Center for International Understanding (University of North Carolina (System))
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives.
Language English
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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Center for International Understanding of the University of North Carolina (System) Records #40356, University Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Transferred from the Center for International Understanding, 2003-2009 (Records transfers 20030707.1, 20050210.1, 20071031.2, and 20090824.2). The Addition of October 2013 was transferred from the Center for International Understanding in December 2011 (Records transfer 20111222.1).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Processed by: Anna Kephart, October 2010

Encoded by: Anna Kephart, October 2010

Finding aid updated in October 2013 by Amanda Loeb because of addition.

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The Center for International Understanding of the University of North Carolina (System) was founded in 1979 through the efforts of North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt and First Lady Carolyn Hunt. It was known initially as the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU). After it became affiliated with the national non-profit organization Friendship Force International (FFI), it was known as the Friendship Force of North Carolina. That affiliation ended in 1988. Though headquartered in Raleigh, N.C., the center has been administratively a part of the University of North Carolina (System) since its inception. Its mission has been to educate North Carolina's business, policy, and education leaders about the world and to foster greater global engagement on the part of the state. Its programs have included numerous international exchanges and partnerships. Since 2002, much of the center's activity has focused on building cultural competency among the state's K-12 students.

In 1988, after its break with Friendship Force International, the center joined the national non-profit organization Youth for Understanding (YFU), through YFU's adult exchange program Citizens for Understanding (CFU). This relationship ended in 1991 when YFU discontinued the CFU program. In 1993, the Center for International Understanding created Citizens for International Understanding, Incorporated (CIU, Inc.), a non-profit 501(c)(2) organization that allowed the center's affiliated regional chapters to organize tax-exempt exchange programs. Over time, the board of directors of CIU, Inc., assumed greater control over the center's exchange activities and guided the parent organization's direction and activities.

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Records of the Center for International Understanding, 1980-2007, consist of materials related to the administration and programs of the center. Most of the records date from 1988-2003.

Included are annual and statistical reports; meeting minutes and other materials documenting the activities of the North Carolina Center for International Understanding Advisory Committee, 1988-1993, and the Citizens for International Understanding Inc. Board of Directors, 1993-2001; correspondence between the center and General Administration of the University of North Carolina (System) and between the center and the Office of the Governor; legal documents related to the center's national affiliations, its regional affiliates, and the incorporation of Citizens for International Understanding; the center's legislative budget requests, 2002-2003; grant applications and reports; speeches given by the center's staff; strategic planning documents and mission statements; and materials related to organizational branding, marketing, and publicity, including the development of the center's newsletter and other publications.

There are also materials documenting specific programs, especially the Global Educational Exchange Initiative (GEEI), which organized international exchanges for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers; and the International School Partnerships Through Technology (ISPT), which organized online partnerships between international schools. These materials include correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, notes, surveys, planning materials, publicity, and other items. Finally, there are materials related to the training of exchange leaders and to orientation workshops for exchange participants and hosts and general information on international travel, international engagement, and cultural differences.

The Addition of October 2013 consists of records related to the center's Latino Initiative, 2002-2005, including records of immersion programs and workshops conducted by the Latino Initiative. Materials include grant files; correspondence; workshop agendas, notes, handouts, rosters, and evaluations; and immersion program informational materials, orientation materials, and itineraries.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Administrative Records, General, 1980-2007.

About 1800 items.

Records include annual reports and statistics on exchange activities, as well as records of the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU) Advisory Committee, 1998-1993, and the Citizens for International Understanding, Inc. (CIU, Inc.) Board of Directors, 1993-2001. Also included is correspondence between the NCCIU and the UNC General Administration, and between the NCCIU and the Office of the Governor. This series also contains legal materials related to the NCCIU's regional affiliates, the incorporation of CIU, Inc., the NCCIU's independence from FFI, copyright laws, and organizational health insurance, as well as records documenting the NCCIU's legislative budget requests from 2002 and 2003. The series includes materials related to organization-wide branding, marketing, and publicity strategies, including the development of the NCCIU newsletter, and other publications and brochures produced by the NCCIU. The records also contain transcripts of speeches given by staff members representing the NCCIU and materials related to strategic planning and mission statement development.

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Arrangement: Chronological.

Annual reports and statistics on exchange activities, created primarily to supplement grant applications and legislative funding requests.

Box 1

Folder 1-4

Folder 1

Folder 2

Folder 3

Folder 4

Yearly Reports and Statistics, 1989-1992

Box 1

Folder 5

Legislative Report, 1993-1994

Box 1

Folder 6-9

Folder 6

Folder 7

Folder 8

Folder 9

Annual Reports, 1995-1999

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Board of Directors, 1988-2001.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Records document the activities of the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU) Advisory Committee, 1998-1993, and the Citizens for International Understanding, Inc. (CIU, Inc.) Board of Directors, 1993-2001. The records largely consist of materials related to the committee and board meetings, including minutes, agendas, notes, annual reports, correspondence, statistics, handouts, and preparatory materials.

Box 1

Folder 10

NCCIU Ad Hoc Advisory Committee Meeting, 17 January 1988

Box 1

Folder 11

North Carolina Leadership Meeting, 20 February 1988

Box 1

Folder 12

NCCIU Ad Hoc Advisory Committee Meeting, 19 March 1988

Box 1

Folder 13-24

Folder 13

Folder 14

Folder 15

Folder 16

Folder 17

Folder 18

Folder 19

Folder 20

Folder 21

Folder 22

Folder 23

Folder 24

NCCIU Advisory Committee Meetings, 1988-1993

Box 1

Folder 25-44

Folder 25

Folder 26

Folder 27

Folder 28

Folder 29

Folder 30

Folder 31

Folder 32

Folder 33

Folder 34

Folder 35

Folder 36

Folder 37

Folder 38

Folder 39

Folder 40

Folder 41

Folder 42

Folder 43

Folder 44

CIU, Inc. Board of Directors Meetings, 1993-2001

Box 1

Folder 45

Subcommittee on Advisory Committee Structure

Box 1

Folder 46

Subcommittee on Club and Exchange Relations

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. Correspondence, 1991-2006.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records consist of correspondence between the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU) and the UNC General Administration, and between the NCCIU and the Office of the Governor. The Office of the Governor correspondence primarily documents the close relationship between the NCCIU and Carolyn Hunt, wife of Governor James B. Hunt. The UNC General Administration correspondence consists of correspondence between the NCCIU and the UNC Board of Governors, as well as general correspondence between the NCCIU and the UNC General Administration.

Box 1

Folder 47

Office of the Governor: Governor James B. Hunt and Carolyn Hunt

Box 1

Folder 48

Office of the Governor: Governor James G. Martin

Box 1

Folder 49

University of North Carolina General Administration: Board of Governors

Box 1

Folder 50

University of North Carolina General Administration: General

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4. Legal Materials, 1983-1999.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records include legal agreements between the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU) and its regional affiliates (bylaws, contracts, and correspondence), as well as materials related to the incorporation of Citizens for International Understanding, Inc. (CIU, Inc.), materials related to the NCCIU's independence from Friendship Force International (FFI), correspondence between the NCCIU and the UNC General Administration concerning handout duplication and copyright laws, and materials relating to the NCCIU's discussions about the possibility of taking out an organizational health insurance policy.

Box 1

Folder 51

Affiliates

Box 1

Folder 52

Handout Duplication/Copyright Laws

Box 1

Folder 53

Incorporation

Box 1

Folder 54

Independence

Box 1

Folder 55

Insurance

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.5. Legislature, 2002-2003.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Records include correspondence, notes, contact lists, and other materials documenting the North Carolina Center for International Understanding's 2002 and 2003 state funding request. The 2002 materials document the NCCIU's successful efforts to prevent the state legislature from withdrawing all of the organization's state-supported funding.

Box 1

Folder 56-57

Folder 56

Folder 57

2002 Budget Crisis Materials, May-July 2002

Box 2

Folder 58-59

Folder 58

Folder 59

2002 Budget Crisis Materials, August-September 2002

Box 2

Folder 60

2003 Budget Request: Contact Lists

Box 2

Folder 61

2003 Budget Request: Correspondence and Notes

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.6. Marketing and Publicity, 1980-2001.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records include notes, meeting minutes and agendas, and general information on organization-wide branding, marketing, and publicity strategies, as well as correspondence with marketing consultants.

Box 2

Folder 62-63

Folder 62

Folder 63

General

Box 2

Folder 64

Multimedia Presentation: Correspondence

Box 2

Folder 65

Multimedia Presentation: Final Presentation

Box 2

Folder 66-67

Folder 66

Folder 67

Multimedia Presentation: Planning Notes and Resources

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Materials related to the development of the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU) newsletter.

Box 2

Folder 68

Newsletter

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Records consist of publications and brochures produced by the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU).

Box 2

Folder 69

Publications

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.9. Speeches, 1999.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Records consist of transcripts of speeches given by staff members representing the North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU).

Box 2

Folder 70

Twentieth Anniversary Speech, September 1999

Box 2

Folder 71

Southeastern Council on Foundations, November 1999

Box 2

Folder 72

National Immigration Forum, November 1999

Box 2

Folder 73

Dedication of Compiegne Park, Raleigh, 1999

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.10. Strategic Planning, 1995-2003.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Records include meeting minutes and agendas, notes, strategic plans, statistics, planning materials, and general information on strategic planning and mission statement development, as well as correspondence with strategic planning consultants, and information on other North Carolina international exchange organizations.

Box 2

Folder 74-81

Folder 74

Folder 75

Folder 76

Folder 77

Folder 78

Folder 79

Folder 80

Folder 81

Strategic Planning, 1995-2000, 2003, and undated

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About 2000 items.

Records document specific North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU) programs, including records involving the training of exchange leaders, orientation workshops for exchange participants and hosts, and general information on international travel, international engagement, and cultural differences. These records also include correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, notes, surveys, and planning materials related to the NCCIU's Global Educational Exchange Initiative (GEEI) program, which organized international exchanges for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers, as well as correspondence, advisory committee meeting agendas and minutes, annual reports, notes, newsletters, contact lists, and program development and planning materials related to the NCCIU's International School Partnerships Through Technology (ISPT) program, which organized online partnerships between international schools. The programming materials also contain marketing and publicity notes, correspondence, and materials for specific NCCIU programs, as well as records relating to organization-wide program development and activities that fall outside the scope of the NCCIU's main programs.

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Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records include materials used for training exchange leaders, orientation workshops for exchange participants and hosts, and general information on international travel, international engagement, and cultural differences.

Box 2

Folder 82

Activities: Barnga/Five Tricks

Box 2

Folder 83

Activities: Case Studies/Role Play Activities

Box 2

Folder 84

Activities: General

Box 2

Folder 85

Activities: Icebreakers

Box 2

Folder 86

Activities: Leadership Games

Box 2

Folder 87

Activities: Self-Assessment Exercises, Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory

Box 2

Folder 88

Activities: Self-Assessment Exercises, General

Box 2

Folder 89

Activities: Self-Assessment Exercises, Intercultural Values Inventory

Box 2

Folder 90

Activities: Simulations

Box 2

Folder 91

Information and Handouts: Cross-Cultural Interactions

Box 2

Folder 92-93

Folder 92

Folder 93

Information and Handouts: Culturegrams

Box 2

Folder 94

Information and Handouts: Exchange Leader Training

Box 2

Folder 95

Information and Handouts: Health Hints for International Travel

Box 2

Folder 96

Information and Handouts: Hosting

Box 2

Folder 97

Information and Handouts: Learning Strategies

Box 2

Folder 98

Information and Handouts: Networking

Box 2

Folder 99

Information and Handouts: Perceptions of Americans

Box 3

Folder 100

Information and Handouts: Training of Trainers Workshop

Box 3

Folder 101

Planning Notes and Resources

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Global Educational Exchange Initiative, 1998-2003.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records include correspondence, meeting agendas and minutes, notes, surveys, and planning materials related to the North Carolina Center for International Understanding's Global Educational Exchange Initiative (GEEI) program, which organized international exchanges for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers.

Box 3

Folder 102

Program Development: Correspondence

Box 3

Folder 103

Program Development: General

Box 3

Folder 104

Program Development: Meeting Notes

Box 3

Folder 105

Research: Educator and Youth Exchange Survey, Planning Materials

Box 3

Folder 106

Research: Educator and Youth Exchange Survey, Received Surveys

Box 3

Folder 107

Research: Educator and Youth Exchange Survey, Results and Analysis

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. International School Partnerships Through Technology, 1996-2000.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records include correspondence, advisory committee meeting agendas and minutes, annual reports, notes, newsletters, contact lists, and program development and planning materials related to the North Carolina Center for International Understanding's International School Partnerships Through Technology (ISPT) program, which organized online partnerships between international schools by taking advantage of the growing use of computers and the internet in the classroom.

Box 3

Folder 108

Advisory Committee: Correspondence

Box 3

Folder 109

Advisory Committee: General

Box 3

Folder 110

Advisory Committee: Meetings

Box 3

Folder 111

Annual Reports

Box 3

Folder 112

Correspondence

Box 3

Folder 113

General

Box 3

Folder 114

Newsletters: Contact Lists

Box 3

Folder 115

Newsletters: Correspondence and Resources

Box 3

Folder 116

Newsletters: Final Drafts

Box 3

Folder 117

Program Development: Educational Technology Resources: General

Box 3

Folder 118

Program Development: Educational Technology Resources: North Carolina Classes Online

Box 3

Folder 119

Program Development: North Carolina-Moldova Partnership

Box 3

Folder 120

Program Development: Partnership School Program Training and Resources

Box 3

Folder 121

Strategic Planning

Box 3

Folder 122

Video Conference, 10 February 1997

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Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records include marketing and publicity notes, correspondence, and articles relating to specific North Carolina Center for International Understanding (NCCIU) programs.

Box 3

Folder 123

African-American Promotion

Box 3

Folder 124

Learning from England: Publicity

Box 3

Folder 125

Learning from Japan: Publicity

Box 3

Folder 126

Japanese-American Leadership Program: Publicity and Press Releases

Box 3

Folder 127

Japanese-American Leadership Program: Publicity Contact Lists

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.5. Program Development, General, 1988-1998.

Records include materials relating to general, organization-wide program development.

Box 3

Folder 128

Program Development

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.6. Special Projects, 1991-2002 and Undated.

Arrangement: Alphabetical by file name.

Records document activities that fell outside the scope of the North Carolina Center for International Understanding's main programs.

Box 3

Folder 129

Camp Rancoa, 1991

Box 3

Folder 130

Mexican-American Leadership Project

Box 3

Folder 131

Netherlands Educational Policymakers Exchange, 2001

Box 3

Folder 132

Netherlands Educators Exchange, 2002

Box 3

Folder 133

North Carolina Partners for Democracy Foundation, 1990

Box 3

Folder 134

Special Olympics, 1999

Box 3

Folder 135

State of the World Seminar/Center for International Understanding Conference, 1995

Box 3

Folder 136

Yamaguchi, 2001

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About 200 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by folder.

Records document successful grant applications, correspondence, and reports.

Box 3

Folder 137

A.J. Fletcher Foundation: International School Partnerships Through Technology

Box 3

Folder 138

A.J. Fletcher Foundation: Learning from England

Box 3

Folder 139

Beattie Foundation: International School Partnerships Through Technology

Box 3

Folder 140

Burroughs Wellcome Fund: Learning from England

Box 3

Folder 141

Center for Global Partnership: Japanese-American Leadership Project, Phase I

Box 3

Folder 142

Center for Global Partnership: Japanese-American Leadership Project, Phase II

Box 3

Folder 143

Center for Global Partnership: Learning from Japan

Box 4

Folder 144

Duke University Center for International Studies: International School Partnerships Through Technology

Box 4

Folder 145

Glaxo Wellcome, Incorporated: Learning from England

Box 4

Folder 146

Mary Duke Biddle Foundation: International School Partnerships Through Technology

Box 4

Folder 147

Northern Telecom, Incorporated: International School Partnerships Through Technology

Box 4

Folder 148

Open Society Institute: International School Partnerships Through Technology

Box 4

Folder 149

University of North Carolina General Administration: International School Partnerships Through Technology

Box 4

Folder 150

William R. Kenan Jr. Fund: Learning from England

Box 4

Folder 151

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation: International Education Exchange Initiative, Phase I

Box 4

Folder 152

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation: International Education Exchange Initiative, Phase II

Box 4

Folder 153

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation: International Education Exchange Initiative, Phase III

Box 4

Folder 154

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation: International School Partnerships Through Technology

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About 1200 items.

Records of the Latino Initiative, established by the Center for International Understanding in 1998 to promote better understanding of immigration issues and more effective integration of Latinos into North Carolina communities. The Latino Initiative educates North Carolina state and local leaders through workshops and immersion programs. Participants have included politicians; business, health-care, and non-profit leaders; law enforcement officers; and public school teachers. In the immersion study program, teams of participants identify local challenges and issues concerning Latino populations in their communities. During a one-week trip to Mexico, they connect with Mexican colleagues in various roles, including education, law enforcement, and health care. Many visit schools, hospitals, community outreach organizations, and spend time with Mexican families. Upon return, leaders work together to create and implement individual community action plans to address issues affecting Latinos in their communities, particularly in health care and education. The Latino Initiative is funded through grants and private donations, and has been recognized with national and international awards.

Materials include grant files; correspondence; workshop agendas, notes, handouts, rosters, and evaluations; and immersion program informational materials, orientation materials, and itineraries.

Box 5

Folder 155

County Reports (Template), 1999

Box 5

Folder 156

Cross-Cultural Program Development, 2002

Box 5

Folder 157

Programa de Lideres Mexicanos a Carolina del Norte, 2002

Box 5

Folder 158

Mexican Leaders to North Carolina: Itinerary, 2002

Box 5

Folder 159

Mexican Leaders to North Carolina: Orientation, 2002

Box 5

Folder 160

Mexican Leaders to North Carolina: Correspondence, 2002

Box 5

Folder 161

Mexican Leaders to North Carolina: Guidelines, 2002

Box 5

Folder 162-163

Folder 162

Folder 163

Mexican Leaders to North Carolina: Federal Grant, 2002

Box 5

Folder 164

Mexican Leaders to North Carolina: Press, 2002

Box 5

Folder 165-166

Folder 165

Folder 166

Mexican Leaders to North Carolina: Evaluations, 2002

Box 5

Folder 167

Foundation and Corporate Leaders to Mexico: Planning, 2003

Box 5

Folder 168

Foundation and Corporate Leaders to Mexico: Participant List, 2003

Box 5

Folder 169

Foundation and Corporate Leaders to Mexico: Evaluations, 2003

Box 5

Folder 170

Foundation and Corporate Leaders to Mexico: Follow Up, 2003

Box 5

Folder 171

Foundation and Corporate Leaders to Mexico: Program Design: Planning, 2003

Box 5

Folder 172

Foundation and Corporate Leaders to Mexico: Program Design: Evaluations, 2003

Box 5

Folder 173

Brunswick to Mexico Program, 2003

Box 5

Folder 174

Latino Nursing Work Group, 2003

Box 5

Folder 175

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Participants and Program, 2003

Box 5

Folder 176

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Orientation, 2003

Box 5

Folder 177

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Orientation Workbook Originals, 2003

Box 5

Folder 178

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Orientation Evaluations, 2003

Box 5

Folder 179

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Orientation Agenda and Responsibilities, 2003

Box 5

Folder 180

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Program Design: Program Plan, 2003

Box 5

Folder 181

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Program Design: Evaluations, 2003

Box 5

Folder 182

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Follow Up: Agenda, Responsibilities, 2003

Box 5

Folder 183

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Follow Up: Evaluations, 2003

Box 5

Folder 184

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Outcomes, 2003

Box 5

Folder 185

Latino Health Coalition to Mexico: Outcomes, 2005

Box 5

Folder 186

Conexiones, 2003

Box 5

Folder 187

Conexiones: East Elementary, 2003

Box 5

Folder 188

Conexiones Online, 2003

Box 5

Folder 189

Conexiones: Evaluations, 2004

Box 5

Folder 190

Conexiones: East Elementary, 2004

Box 5

Folder 191

Conexiones: East Elementary: Kick Off Evaluations, 2004

Box 5

Folder 192

Conexiones: East Elementary: Kick Off Workshop, 2004

Box 5

Folder 193

Conexiones: East Elementary: Strategizing with Latino/Hispanic Parents, 2004

Box 5

Folder 194

Conexiones: East Elementary: Working Agenda, 2004

Box 5

Folder 195

Conexiones: East Elementary: Staff Development Training, 2004

Box 5

Folder 196

Conexiones: East Elementary: Staff Development Training Evaluation, 2004

Box 5

Folder 197

Conexiones Online: East Elementary: Strategies and Goals, 2004

Box 5

Folder 198-199

Folder 198

Folder 199

Conexiones: Department of Public Instruction: Basic Workshop, 2003

Box 5

Folder 200

Conexiones: Department of Public Instruction: Workshop Introduction, 2003

Box 5

Folder 201

Conexiones: Department of Public Instruction: Workshop, 2003

Box 5

Folder 202

Conexiones: Department of Public Instruction: Workshop, 2004

Box 5

Folder 203

Conexiones: Johnston County Schools: Presentations, 2002

Box 5

Folder 204

Conexiones: Johnston County Schools: Proposed Workshop Design, 2002

Box 5

Folder 205

Conexiones: Johnston County Schools: Reports, 2002

Box 5

Folder 206

Conexiones: Johnston County Schools: Strategies and Outcomes Reports, 2002-2003

Box 5

Folder 207-209

Folder 207

Folder 208

Folder 209

Conexiones: Johnston County Schools, 2002-2003

Box 5

Folder 210

Conexiones: Johnston County Schools: Facilitator Materials, 2002

Box 5

Folder 211

Conexiones: Law Enforcement, 2002

Box 5

Folder 212-213

Folder 212

Folder 213

Conexiones: Guilford County Schools, 2003

Box 5

Folder 214

Conexiones: Guilford County Social Services, 2003

Box 5

Folder 215

Conexiones: Guilford County Sheriff's Department

Box 5

Folder 216

Conexiones: Evaluation Methods, 2003

Folder 217-218

Folder 217

Folder 218

Conexiones: Guilford County School Social Services Evaluations

Box 5

Folder 219

Teacher-Student Inventory

Box 5

Folder 220

Conexiones: Farm Bureau, 2003

Box 5

Folder 221

Conexiones: North Carolina Association of Educators, 2005

Box 5

Folder 222

Conexiones: Closing the Achievement Gap Evaluations, 2005

Box 5

Folder 223

Dallas Site Visits to Community Learning Centers, 2003

Box 5

Folder 224

Community Learning Center: Funding, 2003

Box 5

Folder 225

Community Learning Center: Presentations, 2003

Box 5

Folder 226

Community Learning Center: Statewide Presentations, 2003

Box 5

Folder 227

Community Learning Center: Correspondence, 2003

Box 5

Folder 228

Community Learning Center: Startup Documents, 2003

Box 5

Folder 229

Community Learning Center: Inbound Agenda, 2005

Box 5

Folder 230

Community Learning Center: Durham, 2004

Box 5

Folder 231

Community Learning Center: Durham: Inquiries, 2003

Box 5

Folder 232

Community Learning Center: Asheville: Planning, 2003

Folder 233

Community Learning Center: Asheville: Outgoing Correspondence, 2003

Box 5

Folder 234

Community Learning Center: Asheville, 2004

Box 5

Folder 235

Smithfield Police Department, 2003

Box 5

Folder 236

Smithfield Police Department: Follow-up Materials for Distribution, 2003

Box 5

Folder 237-238

Folder 237

Folder 238

Smithfield Police Department: Evaluations

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