Neighborhoods, a Self-help Sampler
United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development. Office of Neighborhood Development, United States. Office of Neighborhoods, Voluntary Associations, and Consumer Protection, United States. Office of Neighborhoods, Voluntary Associations and Consumer Protection
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Neighborhoods, Voluntary Associations, and Consumer Protection, 1979 - 161 sider
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Side 125 - The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is the principal Federal agency responsible for programs concerned with housing needs, fair housing opportunities, and improving and developing the Nation's communities.
Side 123 - ... statistics and analyses for business and government planners; assists in the development and maintenance of the US merchant marine; provides research for and promotes the increased use of science and technology in the development of the economy; provides assistance to speed the development of the economically underdeveloped areas of the nation; seeks to improve understanding of the earth's physical environment and oceanic life; promotes travel to the United States by residents of foreign countries;...
Side 66 - Patterned after the New Deal's Civilian Conservation Corps, the aim of YACC is to give young people experience in occupational skills through productive work on conservation and other projects on federal and non-federal lands and waters. Youth aged 16 through 23 who are unemployed and out of school are eligible. A capacity of about 25,500 openings was planned. YACC is operated cooperatively between the Departments of Labor, Agriculture, and Interior. These programs have an estimated total job creation...
Side 138 - National Federation of Settlements and Neighborhood Centers, 232 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016.
Side vii - ... give help where it is most needed and to respond to the particular needs of each community. —Increasing access to opportunity for those disadvantaged by economic circumstances or history of discrimination. —And above all. drawing on the sense of community and voluntary effort that I believe is alive in America, and on the loyalty that Americans feel for their neighborhoods.
Side 128 - Columbia Plaza 2401 E Street, NW Washington, District of Columbia 20506 (202) 634-6028 NAME OF PROGRAM: Artists in Education Program TYPE: This program is primarily concerned with providing an opportunity for students and teachers to develop aesthetic awareness by working with professional artists either in the classroom or in community projects...
Side 158 - ... nonprofit corporation ; also looks at bylaws and legal and tax responsibilities. Check your local library for the 3d edition. •Legal Considerations in Establishing a Historic Organization, Collette C. Goodman. (Washington, DC : The Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation. 50 cents.
Side 97 - ... does not participate effectively may be replaced by another reservation. In the fall of 1967, EDA established an Indian Desk to coordinate its own and other agencies' Indian programs. Action plans have since been prepared for each of the Action List reservations. Five federal agencies — EDA, OEO, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Small Business Administration — have cooperated in providing the data necessary to develop feasible programs....
Side 122 - ... a system of volunteer service which uses to the fullest advantage the power of the American people to serve the purposes of the American Nation, the Agency identifies and develops the widest possible range of opportunities for mobilizing the American spirit of service among all ages.