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State and private waters agencies

Natural Resources Institute (NRI): A forum for full and open discourse on critical natural resource issues in California, labeled the "Pacific Process." In the Fall of 2006, NRI started a series of dialogs to address issues of future development in the flood plain, a key issue since the Katrina floods in New Orleans.  The group broke the overall issue into three sub-issues: preparation of a State Flood Plan; expenditure of the flood bond funds and roles of the State, local government and private individuals.

City of Stockton, SJ Dept of Public Health

Black Male Symposium: In existence since 2003, this program is offered to black male youth between ages 14 and 18, and  focuses on health care, criminal justice system, education and economics.

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Community Involvement Community Partnerships: Tutor Resource Collaborative (RC); city-wide tutoring and training collaborative; Lincoln Unified School District-Manchester Homework Center; Asian Pacific Self-Development and Residential Association (APSARA); students staff an after school program in an apartment community; Stockton Unified School District tutoring after school programs: Cleveland Elementary; Grunsky Elementary; Commodore Stockton Skills; Kohl School; Heritage Peak School: Pacific students provide tutoring; San Joaquin County Office of Education: partnership to provide training for academic support services provided to students.