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2011-2012 Community Report
Preparing youth
for the j o u r n e y to
college, work & life
2011/2012 a n n ual re p or t
Message:
To our communities And our Many Supporters.
a preschooler attending a
kindergarten readiness event. a
third grader tutored in literacy
skills. a 13-year-old joining a career
awareness program. an older teen
neighborhood council. a high school
higher education.
MyCom is walking the path with each
of these young people as they journey
from childhood toward responsible,
productive adulthood. MyCom
programming is helping inspire
literally thousands of local youth,
preparing them for college, work
and life.
our own journey began three
years ago, as we worked to build
opportunities that address each
community’s “one-of-a-kind” youth
development needs. While our goal
is indeed youth development, our
strategy to achieve it is to build and
connect better-quality organizations
that deliver better services.
quality partners and working with them
to build programs and connect services
to communities. as a result, more than
250 public and private community
partners in Greater Cleveland have
come together to construct an
effective, coordinated system to
support our young people.
an important part of that effort is
the continued adoption of national
best practices and a focused effort to
create an accountable data system of
efforts to outcomes (eto). MyCom’s
eto initiatives are not only attracting
funding sources; more importantly,
they empower our communities
with information they can use to
their success.
today, we see the pieces gradually
coming together to form a coherent
and sustainable system.
By successfully focusing our youth
employment efforts on real-world job
needs, we are able to equip our youth
with skills that will be valued and
successful in Cleveland’s new economy.
of community leaders through youth
engagement and leadership programs
that youth not only participate in, but
also play an active role in creating.
lisa l. Bottoms
program Director
Human Services and
Child and Youth Development
Cleveland Foundation
Working with Starting point, our
lead agency for out-of-School time
programs, we have funded more than
45 such programs.
In a typical year, MyCom will serve more
than 5,500 youth in enriching afterschool and summer programs.
We have encouraged academic success,
parent involvement and a growing “goto-college” culture through our School
transitions and College now programs.
MyCom is coordinating a
neighborhood-based approach to
services which enables each community
to develop programs that are
sustainable, that leverage additional
resources to serve more youth, and
that encourage greater ownership by
the community.
and, through advocacy, we have
increased and sustained support for
youth development strategies at the
county, state and national levels.
as we begin work in our fourth year, we
will continue to develop the business
case that supports our strategy: a
“proof of concept” that will enable us
to engage new partners, in both the
public and private sectors.
It has been a privilege to work along
side the eight MyCom communities
and the youth of Greater Cleveland.
I look forward, along with all our
MyCom funders, agencies and
neighborhood partners to the
continued success of this vibrant
youth development movement.
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School Transitions
MyCom is my connection for moving successfully through school.
Lead Agency: Cleveland Public Library (July 2011-December 2011)
Lead Agency: Starting Point (January 2012-ongoing)
Getting from kindergarten to
college and beyond can seem like
an insurmountable task, unless
you take it in manageable steps.
That’s why the lead agencies have
been focused on making those steps
easier. This component has been
integrated into Out-of-School Time.
This transition support improves
future school performance and
encourages parent involvement.
Focus on College Readiness
College Now helps MyCom youth
plan for and pay for college. College
Now brings its services to MyCom
communities through the branches
of the Cleveland Public Library and
community recreation centers. This
highly successful program reaches
out to middle school and early high
school students to help them create
and plan for education after high
school. Now in its 45th year, College
Now has a proven record of helping
students and their families develop
a “go-to-college” culture, plan for it
and obtain scholarships and grants
to make it happen.
College Now awards about $2 million
each year in need-based, last dollar
scholarships.
Cleveland State University
(CSU) Tutoring
As an extension of a grant from the
Cleveland Public Library, MyCom
third graders received tutoring
from CSU students to help with
their transition into fourth grade.
In total 211 youth benefited from
volunteers who provided more than
1,526 hours of tutoring.
Highlights:
327 youth of various ages and
school grades served.
Experience Corps, 2011-2012
Experience Corps volunteers tutored
1,020 students in reading to
prepare them for academic success,
including many students sponsored
by MyCom. The program, through
Greater Cleveland Volunteers,
focuses on third graders, since
students not reading at grade level
going into fourth grade are more
likely to drop out.
Shiloh Café Summer Transitions Program
Many MyCom programs help students with tough transitions. Shiloh Middle School
in Parma is home to the Shiloh Café, where kids combine academic support with
enrichment activities such as cooking classes, music, drama, art and sports. Shiloh
Middle School has four elementary schools feeding into it, so during the summer
session the Shiloh Café has created transitioning programs for kids who will enter
middle school in the fall. The Shiloh Café also has a transitioning program for eighth
grade students moving on to Parma High School. Both programs are designed to help
students connect with their new schools and meet new students.
The Café gets kids involved in activities that
range from sports to theatre to discussion
groups to cooking. Jean Micklewright,
project coordinator, enjoys cooking with a
student.
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Youth Employment
Building our future workforce, today.
Implementing Lead Agency: Youth Opportunities Unlimited
During the past year, the
Cleveland Foundation, Cuyahoga
County, City of Cleveland, and
Youth Opportunities Unlimited
(Y.O.U.) led an initiative to
leverage dollars for year-round
youth employment and career
awareness opportunities. These
experiences are providing our
youth with the marketable skills
potential employers are looking
for. By successfully focusing our
efforts on real-world job needs,
we are able to equip workers who
will be successful contributors in
Cleveland’s new economy.
Highlights:
2011 Summer Employment:
GradePercentage
9th ................................... 15.6
10th .................................. 24.1
11th .................................. 25.1
12th .................................. 21.4
2012 Summer Employment:
GradePercentage
Middle School ....................... 7.0
9th ................................... 18.0
10th ................................. 25.5
11th.................................. 29.5
12th ................................. 13.0
HS Graduates ........................ 7.0
47 youth employed in winter 20102011 in a newly developed internship
program.
3,085 youth placed in private
sector and subsidized jobs over the
last two years, including summers.
$2,961,278 in wages earned
by youth.
Jarod McGee (far left) worked at
University Hospitals where he was
responsible for managing data, archiving,
creating templates and monitoring
research projects. The eleventh grader
from MC2STEM had the opportunity to
shadow a surgeon and learned about
surgeons’ responsibilities outside the
operating room.
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Nikesha Yarbrough (standing) being
supervised by the Poison Control
Program Coordinator.
Focus on Healthcare
Cleveland’s healthcare providers
helped drive our youth employment
efforts this past year. Both the
Cleveland Clinic and University
Hospitals provided employment for
our youth, with University Hospitals
hiring 15, who worked in five
different departments.
Youth Engagement and Leadership
MyCom is my connection for keeping our youth engaged in their communities.
Lead Agency: Partnership For A Safer Cleveland
The Partnership For A Safer
Cleveland (PSC) provides technical
assistance and professional
development to MyCom partners
to aid in planning, implementing
programs and leadership
experiences, conducting outreach
and communications to recruit
youth, and developing strategies
to retain youth involvement.
Highlights:
MyCom Change Agent Fellowship
This August, 29 young people completed the MyCom Change Agent Fellowship
(formerly Youth Leadership Academy). This Fellowship is a program for young
people to discover, connect and practice with the intention of leading to action.
Many of these young people went on to join or continue their work with their
MyCom Neighborhood Youth Council; others continue to work on the plans for their
neighborhood projects based on the ideas they developed in the Fellowship.
Since the summer of 2010, over 100 young people have successfully completed the
MyCom advocacy and leadership training that has exposed them to new people,
ideas and opportunities.
MyMedia Project and MyVoice Radio Show, 2011
PSC took over management of the MyMedia project, which has trained 85 students to
report on topics important to their homes, school and streets through a five-session
journalism and digital media curriculum. MyMedia was one of only 19 projects
nationwide to win the Knight Information Challenge. With PSC’s guidance, MyMedia
graduates are adding their voices to the public conversation through opportunities
like the MyVoice weekly 30-minute radio broadcast on 107.9 FM. The show is by, for
and about teenagers, launched by Radio One in partnership with youth leaders, the
Cleveland Foundation and Cuyahoga County. MyMedia graduates also attend events
like United States Secretary of Education Arne Duncan’s visit to East Technical High
School on September 7, 2011, when our students had the opportunity to hear the
administration’s views on school funding, teacher evaluation, and community and
parental involvement.
MyMedia and MyCom youth interview
Congresswoman Marcia Fudge at a job fair
and town hall meeting that connected
thousands of job seekers to employers
throughout Cuyahoga County, Ohio.
On July 7, nearly 100 people
attended an event at the Idea
Center to celebrate the success
of recent MyMedia graduates.
The Cleveland Foundation
hosted the screening of videos
from the MyMedia youth
reporter training.
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Advocacy
MyCom’s connection to local, state and national officials amplifies
our communities’ voices to make sure our needs are heard.
Lead Agency: Voices for Ohio’s Children
Voices for Ohio’s Children (VOC)
works with various partners to
provide government advocacy,
communications materials, media
relations and training. Through
advocacy, MyCom’s communities
are able to impact changes in public
policy that improve health, safety,
education, family stability and
childcare.
VOC strengthened their MyCom
external communications work
through the Youth Talk events.
VOC registered an average
of 54 participants for each
event, attracting registrants
from approximately 96
different community agencies,
school districts and religious
organizations. VOC facilitated
meetings on topics such as
bullying, child brain development,
adolescent health, transforming
Cleveland through education and
after-school programs (attended
by Cleveland Superintendent Eric
Gordon). At each event VOC shared
relevant information about public
policy and legislation impacting
children and families.
Highlights:
Lobby Day
In preparation for Lobby Day, VOC engaged MyCom partners in advocacy
training. They also organized testimony for the state budget.
On Lobby Day, nearly 200 advocates and child-serving professionals gathered
in the Ohio Statehouse to meet with policymakers on issues that impact
our children. Allison Wallace, Executive Director of the Greater Cleveland
Neighborhood Center Association was noted for her compelling testimony in
regards to after-school programming.
Voices for Ohio’s Children is known for bringing together caring adults and professionals
to solve challenges for youth. Panelists from the “Making the Systems Work Better”
discussion at Voices for Ohio’s Children 2011 Children’s Health Conference included
Tracy Plouck, Director, Ohio Department of Mental Health; Joel Potts, Director, Ohio Job
and Family Services Directors’ Association; Anthony Trotman, Director, Franklin County
Department of Job and Family Services; Tom Scheid, policy consultant for Voices for Ohio’s
Children; Michael Colbert, Director, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services; and Tim
McCartney, COO, Hamilton County Job and Family Services.
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Statement of Financial Health
October 1, 2010 – September 30, 2011
Total Public Support.... $1,893,000
Total Private Support... $2,850,468
Total Support............ $ 4,743,468
Public
Private Support
Support
Evaluation
Transitions
Out-of-School Time
Advocacy
Communications/
Community Mobilization
Neighborhood
Engagement
Youth Employment
Youth Engagement
OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME................ 1,515,000
FCFC.............................................. 765,000
The Cleveland Foundation............... 720,000
(712,500 + 7,500 from youth development fund)
Bruening Foundation......................... 20,000
KeyBank Foundation......................... 10,000
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT........1,000,000
City of Cleveland....................500,000
Cuyahoga County...................200,000
The Cleveland Foundation......300,000
YOUTH ENGAGEMENT...........216,000
The Cleveland Foundation......200,000
UWS........................................16,000
COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNITY
MOBILIZATION.....................245,000
FCFC.....................................45,000
The Cleveland Foundation....200,000
ADVOCACY............................76,000
The Cleveland Foundation......76,000
TRANSITIONS......................553,000
FCFC...................................283,000
The Cleveland Foundation....270,000
NEIGHBORHOOD
ENGAGEMENT.......................868,500
The Cleveland Foundation......790,000
(750,000 + 40,000 designated to CMSD)
Sisters of Charity.....................50,000
Third Federal...........................25,000
UnitedHealthcare & Youth
Service America....................3,500
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EVALUATION........................269,968
FCFC...................................100,000
The Cleveland Foundation....169,968
Statement of Financial Health
October 1, 2011 – September 30, 2012
Advocacy
Total Public Support.... $1,227,750
Total Private Support... $3,311,968
Total Support............ $ 4,539,718
Private
Support
Public
Support
Evaluation
Communications/
Community Mobilization
Out-of-School Time/
Transitions
Neighborhood
Engagement
Youth Engagement
Youth Employment
OST/TRANSITIONS..................... 1,699,141
The Cleveland Foundation............ 1,000,000
FCFC.............................................. 647,750
Treu-Mart Fund................................. 41,391
KeyBank Foundation......................... 10,000
COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNITY
MOBILIZATION....................200,000
The Cleveland Foundation....200,000
YOUTH EMPLOYMENT.......1,130,000
The Cleveland Foundation......650,000
City of Cleveland....................480,000
ADVOCACY...........................76,000
The Cleveland Foundation......76,000
YOUTH ENGAGEMENT...........289,609
The Cleveland Foundation......200,000
Treu-Mart Fund........................58,609
UWS........................................16,000
Knight Foundation....................15,000
EVALUATION.......................269,968
The Cleveland Foundation....169,968
FCFC...................................100,000
NEIGHBORHOOD
ENGAGEMENT.......................875,000
The Cleveland Foundation......825,000
Sisters of Charity.....................50,000
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Neighborhood Leadership Institute
St. Dominic Church
Fatima Family Center
New Covenant Lutheran Church
St. Philip Neri Family Center
FedEx
NOHSIC
Starting Point
First Baptist Church of Greater
Cleveland
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Summa Health System
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Parma Community General Hospital
The MetroHealth System
Port Control
University Hospitals
Rainey Institute
University Settlement
Salvation Army (Hough)
Upstage Players
Sammy’s
Urban Minority Alcoholism and Drug
Outreach Program (UMAADOP)
Five Guys Burgers and Fries
Freedom Empowerment Program
Friendly Inn Settlement, Inc.
Future Connections
Garden Valley Neighborhood House
Giant Eagle
God’s Tabernacle of Faith Church
Golden Ciphers, Inc.
Goodrich-Gannett Neighborhood
Center
Harvard Community Services Center
Haven House Youth Academy
Heidtman Steel
Heights Christian Church
I Can Schools Network–Northeast Ohio
College Preparatory School
Frank G. Jackson Summer Youth
Program
Shaker Heights Schools
Shaker Heights Youth Center
Shaker Prevention
Shaker Public Safety
Walmart
Warrensville Heights City School
District
Shaker Public Works
Warrensville Road Community Baptist
Church
Slavic Village Development
Wendy’s
Southeast Seventh-Day Adventist
Church
YMCA–Main Office
Southwest General Health Center
Sports Service
St. Clair-Superior Development
Corporation
Young Audiences of Northeast Ohio
Youth Opportunities Unlimited
Zebach Community Awareness
Ministries Inc.
Jones Road Church
Lakewood Hospital
Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical
Center
Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd
Macy’s
Maple Heights City Schools
Marriott Hotel
Marshalls
Merrick House
Mt. Pleasant Community Zone
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Funders:
Parma: Parma City Schools
Friendly Inn Settlement, Inc.
Bruening Foundation
Slavic Village: Slavic Village
Development Corp.
Golden Ciphers
Charter One Bank Foundation
City of Cleveland
Cleveland Foundation
Cuyahoga County Department of
Workforce Development
Cuyahoga County Family and Children
First Council
Fox Sports Ohio
Roy Hartley
KeyBank Foundation
John S. and James L. Knight
Foundation
Lee Lazar
Leah Martinez
Jaimie McGuire
South Shaker: Shaker Heights Youth
Center
St. Clair-Superior: St. Clair-Superior
Development Corp.
West Park: Bellaire-Puritas
Development Corp.
Nueva Luz Urban Resource Center
Art House
Open Doors After School Enrichment
Program
Bellaire-Puritas Development
Corporation
Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland
Broadway School of Music & the Arts
Sisters of Charity Foundation of
Cleveland
Cleveland Public Library
Third Federal Foundation
Coalition for a Better Life d.b.a.
Peace in the Hood
Treu-Mart Fund
College Now Greater Cleveland
UnitedHealthcare & Youth Service
America
Cudell Improvement, Inc.
United Way John K. Mott Youth Fund
Cuyahoga County Public Library
Neighborhood Leadership Institute
Partnership For A Safer Cleveland
Starting Point
Voices for Ohio’s Children
Mt. Pleasant Community Zone
America SCORES
Cleveland Police Athletic League
Cleveland Public Library
Joyful Noise
Neighborhood Leadership Institute
Corey Radford
Case Western Reserve University
Jones Road Family Development
Out-of-School Time Partners:
Urban Nilsson
Agencies:
Guidestone
Murtis H. Taylor Community Zone
City of Shaker Heights d.b.a.
Shaker Prevention Coalition
Vexor Technology
Goodrich-Gannett Neighborhood
Center
Cudell Recreation Center
Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing
Authority
CWRU/Treu-Mart Youth
Development Program
Eleanor B. Rainey Memorial Institute
Enhancement Ministries, Inc.
OSU Extension
Parma Area Family to Family
Collaborative
Parma Community General Hospital
d.b.a. Health Education Center
Rainey Institute
Shaker Heights Public Library
Shaker Heights Youth Center
St. Clair-Superior Development
Corporation
St. Vincent Charity Medical Center
d.b.a. Building Healthy Communities
Thea Bowman Center
University Settlement
Urban League of Greater Cleveland
UW 2-1-1 First Call For Help
West Side Community House
YMCA of Greater Cleveland d.b.a.
Ridgewood Family Branch YMCA
Esperanza Inc.
Family Connections of N.E. Ohio
Foluke
Youth Opportunities Unlimited (Y.O.U.)
Neighborhood Partners:
Central: Friendly Inn Settlement Inc.
Cudell: via Neighborhood Leadership
Institute
Mt. Pleasant: Mt. Pleasant Community
Zone
MyCom line: 216-698-8927
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