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  • National Night Out 2022: Look for the Helpers
    In May 2000, a Department of Justice publication, Bulletin from the Field, described factors and events that make National Night Out successful. An important tool in building social capital and reducing crime, National Night Out [NNO] events have grown from 400 communities in 1984 to 16,000 communities in recent years. In 2022, the San Jose […]


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CommUniverCity will be working with a team of 14 Promotores this semester!
What are Promotores? Learn more in Mary Kay Jimenez's second blog

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Project: Growing Sustainably> Virtual Tour to Kelly Park, Spring 2022

Project: Young Entrepreneurs for Success > eLearning during the Pandemic: Lessons from Uncertainty (30-minute documentary), Spring 2022

Project: Geology Rocks! > The Rock Cycle Tutorial, Spring 2022

Project: Young Entrepreneurs for Success > Jake (15-minute Minecraft animation movie with interactive grammar, and subtitles in Spanish), Spring 2022

Project: Young Entrepreneurs for Success > Managing a Team and the Impact in the Classroom (16-minute lesson and interviews), Spring 2022

Project: Geology Rocks! > Under Pressure, Spring 2022

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