Community Involvement

Curriculum Samples

The DWL team developed the curricula below to support each client’s unique project goals.  The services we offer include development, writing, editing, designing, printing, and/or online publishing.

Activities to Engage Young People in Mapping 

Client: Youthline America, now called iMapAmerica, 2007

Development Without Limits was engaged by Youthline America to develop, write, design and pilot this curriculum, aimed at afterschool programs and adventurous classroom teachers. The curriculum is a key tool in iMapAmerica’s plan to map America, a nationwide project to engage one million youth in collecting youth-related information in their communities.

YouthConnect: A Guide to Youth-Led Community Service

Client: Partnership for Afterschool Education(PASE), 2003

Development Without Limits was engaged by the Partnership for After School Education to research and write a guide for organizations to help them create community service programs that are led by youth.

Solving Problems Together, A Practical Training Manual for Building Neighborhood Unity

Client: Citizen’s Committee for New York City, 2002

Development Without Limits was engaged by Citizen’s Committee for New York City to write this guide for agencies to help them implement programs to bring people together to improve cooperation and tackle community problems. DWL also designed and facilitated a training of trainers for participating agencies.


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