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Frequently Asked Questions

What's a Priority Area?

CTC VISTA Project basics for 2005-06 provide that all organizations applying to the project develop a workplan that has at least one goal that addresses one of the project's four priority areas and that the project will develop resources in one of four areas, including digital media with youth.

What is the Priority Area Coordinator's role?

The coordinator will provide support to priority area projects in their field and contribute to the development of training resources and curriculum materials. The coordinator will

  • Establish and moderate a discussion list, blog, or other group interaction with project VISTAs and Supervisors and project staff, and provide individual and group support and advice for the implementation of area workplan objectives.
  • Contribute substantively to the development of training modules and curriculum resources in their area of expertise and assist the curriculum developer with the preparation of curriculum materials to be disseminated.
  • Assist the College of Public and Community Service in its student recruitment efforts by identifying VISTAs and other area personnel who might benefit from the college's certificate and degree programs in Community Media and Technology.
  • Help organize a priority area presentation for two issues of the Community Technology Review.
  • Help organize two conference proposals over the course of the year, though attendance is not necessarily required. This includes the annual CTCNet Conference.

How can I get involved?

Join the discussion and find out more about what VISTAs are doing.

Who else is involved?

CTC VISTA staff are on hand to answer your questions.

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