Community Resource Mapping and Master Planning Program
CRC offers capacity building in collaboration with Universidad Popular de Las Americas (UNIPOP)
for persons interested in international projects
for master planning and community resource mapping as a pathway to sustainable economic development for marginalized populations of the Caribbean Basin.
Resources for Students
CRC offers opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to engage in internships
focused on critical research and documentation skills, community opinion polling surveys, editing and publishing, direct engagement in community sustainable economic development locally and internationally.
Resources for Faculty
CRC provides mentoring for junior faculty
seeking opportunities to expand their research and launch their publications, and opens doors to more experienced faculty for publication of journal articles and books.
CRC provides access to the publishing services
of Caribbean Diaspora Press (CDP)
through the journal, Wadabagei - A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diasporas,
and for evaluation of manuscripts for book publications.