July 29th CIM training session focuses on Southeast Memphis (RSVP today)

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The next CIM training session is Friday, July 29 with an emphasis on Southeast Memphis data

Community Issues Management (CIM) will conduct a training session for using the software on place-based intervention strategies this Friday, July 29th, from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. The training will focus on Southeast Memphis, emphasizing data related to children, youth and quality of life issues.

The CIM training is designed for organizations working in Southeast Memphis. Attendees will become familiar with neighborhood-level data available on the CIM mapping and report-generating system. (Note: this training is very similar to the June 24th CIM training session that focused on the Frayser community.)

Training will be conducted at the Center For Community Building And Neighborhood Action on the University of Memphis Park Avenue campus, 4050 S. Park Loop, Building 29, Memphis, TN 38111 (see directions below).

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CIM issue notebooks provide useful information related to local issues

Space for the training is limited – please RSVP your attendance today by calling (901) 678-1165 or send an e-mail message to cevans@memphis.edu.

Location information: The Park Avenue campus (formerly the South Campus- the entrance sign still says “South Campus”) is the old VA hospital. Park Loop Road is the main entrance from Getwell, roughly a block south of the Park Ave./Getwell intersection. After entering, the road will curve to the right and then turn right on S. Park Loop Rd. Proceed to the U of M golf and baseball headquarters on the right (these are two new buildings with blue tin roofs). Training will take place in the big red building on the left, which is across the road from the second blue-roofed building. You will see a sign at the driveway that says “Building 29,” and another sign that says “Mid-South Fair” (The Fair is on the second floor of the same building.)

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