Umpqua Community College

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  • Revitalization Research Paper

    these areas are poor cities that are suffering from poverty. People within the community are trying to bring their city back to life and help end poverty by fixing neighborhoods and building newer buildings. This process is known as revitalization. Because revitalization brings in more businesses, involves the community and helps end poverty we as a whole should encourage it in our cities and neighborhoods. If communities worked together and volunteered in places like the soup kitchen or in…

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  • Social Worker Role

    several seek general help and assistance, and majority of the time, many just want to be a part of a community. I understand that the Brampton Multicultural Community Center offers help to clients in many of these areas. As a volunteer, I would want to be involved in as much as possible; I would like to experience everything that the BMCC offers. I believe it would be a great way to interact with the community, while also providing me with a way to a help, shape, and improve the lives of those…

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  • Community Identification Report

    College Park Baptist Church is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Our priority is the benefit of the community. Although the neighborhood that surround the church is a low income neighborhood, it needs programs such as: First time home buyers, mentoring , housing, computer, seniors, youth summer feeding, financial consulting, legal assistance (minor), young adult awareness. These programs will enlighten and educate the community and all ages will be able to…

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  • Chief Duties Of A Police Officer Essay

    In a policing agency there are a number of changes that happen daily or monthly but when these changes happen they have to be communicated down or out to everyone so that all officers are doing the same thing no matter what shift they work. Although, there are a number of officer who work on different shifts as well as off of work on certain days but there is a way to make sure that every officer gets this information. Therefore, the Chief of police or the Sheriff can deliver these changes in a…

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  • Individualism In Community

    Community spirit, also commonly referred to as the sense of community, is generally defined as “a feeling that members have of belonging, a feeling that members matter to one another and to the group, and a shared faith that members' needs will be met through their commitment to be together” (McMillan & Chavis, 1986). A strong sense of community can have positive effects on both individuals and communities (Kloos et al., 2012) and participation in the community is a fundamental aspect of a good…

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  • Situational Awareness In Social Work

    basis in which an augmentation in services occurs or when a change in policy is needed. When a deep understanding of an environment is developed, social services can be tailored to address the needs of the community. In order to produce a rounded illustration of clients and the deficits of a community, social workers cannot be complacent in practice. Situational awareness provides a keen mind in the field. “Environmental contexts can support development through the provision of resources or…

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  • Reflective Essay On Community Nursing

    The Community Nursing (3QQ3) course has been an eye opening journey for me in to the world of community nursing. At the start of the initial course doing the practice tools I was quite apprehensive and had no idea what to expect. It was hard in the early few weeks to see how this course would evolve. But, as I became oriented and more familiar with the community the bigger picture began to form. Indeed, the windshield survey was a great tool to assess our community. This was an assessment unlike…

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  • Personal Case Study: Ashley's Home

    Ashley discussed her living environment in strictly positive terms. She began by explaining her beautiful neighborhood with tree-lined streets. She emphasized the neighbors’ companionship and assistance in her neighborhood. Ashley described her home as a cozy home that is large, but not too large, adding that her kitchen and the family room are her two favorite rooms in the house. The kitchen is “L” shaped, with a large island in the middle. She explained this layout has plenty of room to cook…

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  • Unwind Community Examples

    something greater, a shared sense of community. For one, people united under one cause can band together in order to help others in their community, helping others heal from a tragedy to collaborating to start a movement. On the other hand, people in communities can band together for corrupt reasons, to spread hate and chaos into the world. These examples of communities are evident in both today’s society as well as the novel Unwind by Neal Shusterman. Clearly, communities can both help and harm…

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  • Ellen Dissanayake's Homo Aestheticus: A Brief Analysis

    primarily for their beauty or emotional power. The arts have the ability to supply so much more than just beauty and emotional power. They have the capacity to create community and special memories all throughout their process of becoming a final product. Sara Ashley Davies grew up participating in the work of creating communities and memories, and being part of the processes that make those things happen. Mrs. Davies has been singing since she was five years old. Taught by her mother, Davies…

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