LEARNING

GEDI Host Sites

It is through the dedication of our host sites that GEDI interns are assured the most fruitful experience during their internship.  AEA would like to recognize and thank the organizations hosting this year's GEDI Interns. 

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Partners in School Innovation (PSI) has a successful 20-year track record of advancing educational equity by serving primarily African American, Latino and English learners by strengthening and sustaining improved teaching, learning and achievement in under performing public schools and districts. Partners’ dedicated staff of education professionals works shoulder-to-shoulder with teachers, leaders, administrators and coaches in schools over a 3-5 year period. They utilize an equity-focused, continuous improvement approach that builds on school and district strengths.

Visit http://www.partnersinschools.org to learn more.


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TCC Group has been on the scene for over 35 years with an unwavering commitment to help foundations, nonprofits, and corporate citizenship programs increase their efficiency and effectiveness. Specific to evaluation capabilities, our experts construct a customized learning experience for a variety of clients and client needs, with specialties in evaluating funder collaboratives, capacity building initiatives, policy and advocacy, and networks and coalitions, as well as extensive work on evaluation planning.

Visit http://tccgrp.com to learn more.


 

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Formally established in 1999 from the sale of Central Massachusetts Health Care, Inc., a physician-initiated, not-for-profit HMO, The Health Foundation of Central Massachusetts currently has assets of approximately $70 million dedicated to improving the health of those who live or work in the Central Massachusetts region, with particular emphasis on vulnerable populations and unmet needs. The Foundation began its grantmaking in late 2000, and since that time, has made grants totaling more than $30 million.

 Visit http://www.hfcm.org to learn more.


 

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The Center for Urban Population Health was officially established in April 2001 as a partnership of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH), Aurora Health Care (AHC), and the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Our mission is to conduct and facilitate original population health research and educational initiatives that improve the health of urban communities through collaboration with academic and community organizations. The research program of the Center is population-focused and community-based, with a health and wellness perspective and a strong commitment to cultural diversity. The Center collaborates with clinical and community partners to conduct evaluations that are collaborative and utilization-focused. We work with communities to tailor evaluation plans and data collection processes and tools to be feasible and attractive to all partners-community and funding. We understand and prioritize the needs of our community partners.