As SCIP approaches the end of another great year, we are already thinking about 2015. In fact, since June of 2014, Jeri Petersen, SCIP’S Executive Director, spearheaded an effort to begin developing a strategic plan that will transform SCIP into SCIP 2.0. While SCIP 2.0 will continue to offer dynamic community programs and activities, what is important to know is that the newest version of SCIP will feature:
- Greater collaborations throughout the community. This means more community partners. Partners who will make a financial commitment to supporting a very important mission that includes investing in groundbreaking and innovative strategies that reduces juvenile delinquency.
- A bolstered level of organizational leadership that is focused on breaking the outmoded model by which we currently operate our non-profit organization. We want this because we recognize the time is now to create radical change in our society – We have to be adaptable and responsive to the needs of our community. The key will be for us not to assume we know what the community needs but, rather, the community conveying to us what they need.
We want to lead the way as we shatter the slowness of change during our transformation. Our strategy development process will be dependent on a commitment – A commitment to supporting SCIP’S mission. You can add your name to a growing list of those who committed to our movement in 2014.
We appreciate the opportunity to talk further about the powerful programs & services SCIP delivers to youth and families in our community. For more information call Jeri Petersen (Executive Director) or SCIP’S Founder, Mike Saigeon, at 916.333.6464 ext. 3106.
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