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Organization Building • Community Organization Resources • Workforce and Economic Development Resources • Education Organization Resources • Administrative Support
Grant Writing Resources
Grant writing guides and tips • Develop Goals and objectives • Improve Grant Applications with Logic Models • Incorporating Evidence Based Practices
Ohio Hispanic Chambers of Commerce
Information on the five Ohio Hispanic Chambers of Commerce and the Latino Business League of Canton • Mission Statements • Current Member Directories • Contact Information
Statistics & Demographics
Ohio and National Data • Resources • Census • Community Population
Workforce & Economic Development
Workforce Investment Boards by Regions • Youth Programs • Training for Professionals
Organizations Development Coordinator
The ODC develops, coordinates, and assists other public and private organizations that serve Spanish-speaking people in producing training programs for community organizations and strengthening their capacity to serve. The center also focuses on leadership development and empowerment opportunities that build Hispanics representation. In addition, the ODC reviews, promotes and applies for grant opportunities from governmental and private sources to be administered by the office or subcontracted to local agencies/organizations and accepts grants or gifts to be administered by the office or subcontracted to local agencies.
The ODC accomplishes these objectives by developing training programs for community serving organizations and Hispanic leadership; it works closely on capacity building with Latino non-profit organizations and researches/creates grant opportunities in partnership with Federal & State government, private foundations, and other sources of funding. In addition, the ODC monitors community programs of the Commission which are subcontracted to local community organizations - primarily those organizations of, by, and for Hispanic Ohioans, with a secondary focus on Hispanic-community-serving organizations.
To read OCHLA statutory mandates, please see our What We Do page or Ohio's Revised Code §121.32 and §121.33.