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Partner Spotlight: Eduardo Zaragoza

Eduardo is twenty-three years old, and since 17 has been the kind of leader so many aspire to be.  …
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West High Our CASA Opening

Celebrating the launch of the Our CASA Network

The Glendale/Mountain View CLC will celebrate the grand opening of the new Our CASA space next Monday, February 27th, from 5:00 to 7:00. Everyone is invited for food, refreshments, speakers, and prizes.
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Fruit Kabobs

Impact Stories: Cooking at Hartland

By Mylinh Nguyen, MOT

At the University Neighborhood Partners Hartland Partnership Center, two University of Utah-affiliated occupational therapy (OT) graduate interns, Mylinh Nguyen and Jegnasha Patel, led weekly cooking classes….
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Congratulations to our Westside Leadership Institute Graduates

Last week the Westside Leadership Institute Fall 2016 cohort celebrated their graduation. …
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New Report: How to Transform your School-Community Council

This past summer twenty people came together at the Glendale/Mountainview CLC for the School-Community Partnership Design Circle. …
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What’s Hip-Hop Got To Do With Education?

Hip-hop education was the topic of discussion at this summer’s ACME session at the Glendale Library.
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Hartland Community Celebration at the Aviary

Hartland Community for Youth & Families is having a celebration at Tracy Aviary‘s beautiful Chase Mill….
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Audience clapping after watching a pitch from Startup Incubator participant

Startup Incubator

The Startup Incubator Course is a 12-week class that provides both for-profit and non-profit entrepreneurs for a chance to validate concepts and learn the “lean startup” framework. …
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13th Annual Legacy of Lowell – Bend in the River

Join UNP staff, residents, and other volunteers at Bend in the River for the 13th annual Legacy of Lowell day community service project on Saturday September 17. …
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Community Health Initiatives

University Neighborhood Partners supports many connections and partnerships that address community health and wellness. Some partnerships promote and provide access to healthy lifestyles. Others relate to the needs of people and families who are affected by disabilities. Still others deal directly with issues related to physical, emotional, and mental health and/or substance use. One by one, we connect families and individuals from diverse backgrounds to resources and needed services. More importantly, we support them in overcoming adversity and building their resilience and support systems, increasing their capacity to address their health needs in the future….
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