Northeastern Region Issue Corps Projects

Below are the i-Three Issue Corps projects that have members from the Northeastern Region. Learn more about each project by clicking on the project title.

Northeastern Region:

Cornell University Food Systems – Food Systems Development Certification Team
Diversity & Inclusion – Engaging Refugees in Agriculture
Diversity & Inclusion – Crucial Conversations on Health & Wealth: Building our Capacity for Shared Prosperity
Diversity & Inclusion – Cultivating Curiosity & Promoting Cultural Humility Across Differences
Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Food Systems – Urban IPM
Penn State University Food Systems – Ergonomics and Wearables in Agriculture
Food systems – Energy Production on Agricultural Land: What Stakeholders Need to Know
Food Systems – Toolkit for Regional Food System Assessment
Community Corps – Women Farmers’ Leadership and Empowerment Training
Diversity & Inclusion – Exploring Latin Cuisine
Rutgers University Food Systems – Grow Healthy Schools and Communities
Diversity & Inclusion – Creating Successful Extension Programming for Clientele with Developmental Disabilities
University of Delaware Climate – Virtual Demonstration Network of Agricultural Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Strategies in the Northeast
Diversity & Inclusion – Development of online education modules to promote emotional intelligence
University of Maryland Community Corps – Developing and Testing Mobile Delivery of Health Insurance Information
Community Corps – Disaster Preparedness: An Equine Community Effort
Diversity & Inclusion – Considerations for a Social Justice Youth Development Model
University of Vermont Food Systems – Food Systems Development Certification Team
Community Corps – Women Farmers’ Leadership and Empowerment Training
Community Corps – Foundations of Practice in Community Development:  Strengthening the Curriculum that Strengthens America’s Communities
Virginia Tech Diversity & Inclusion – Crucial Conversations on Health & Wealth: Building our Capacity for Shared Prosperity