As of February 2016, SLATE-Z has 54 implementation partners in various sectors: government, business, labor, education, and non-profit. An implementation partner is an organization that will play a part in planning & carrying out the activities set forth in the SLATE-Z plan. The table below organizes our partners into our 5 programmatic areas and also calls out our research & evaluation partners. Click here to download a PDF version of our list of partners.
An asterisk following the institution’s name indicates they are one of the two Work Group Leads. For our full Steering Committee list, click here.
For more details about roles, please see the Preliminary MOU submitted for Round 3 of the Promise Zone competition.
|Jobs||Economic Activity||Education||Violent Crime Reduction||Transit||Research & Evaluation|
|All People's Community Center||Alliance for Community Transit Los Angeles||All Peoples Community Center||All Peoples Community Center||Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition||Social Action Partners|
|Amity Foundation||Bixel Exchange||Archdiocesan Youth Employment Services (AYE)||Amity Foundation||LA Great Streets Initiative||USC Center for Urban Education|
|Anti-Recidivism Coalition||CD9 Coalition||Brotherhood Crusade||Anti-Recidivism Coalition||LA Neighborhood Initiative||USC Program on Environmental and Regional Equity (PERE)|
|Coalition for Responsible Community Development||CDTech||California State University, Dominguez Hills||Brotherhood Crusade||LA Voice||USC Price Center for Social Innovation|
|Friends Outside Los Angeles County||City of LA CD9 Business Resource Center||Center for Powerful Public Schools||Chapter TWO||Southern California Association of Non-Profit Housing|
|LA Healthcare Collaborative (LA Area Chamber of Commerce)||Economic Roundtable||Coalition for Responsible Community Development||Community Build||TRUST South LA|
|LA Job Corps||Nuevo South||LA Opportunity Youth Collaborative, convened by the Alliance for Children's Rights||Going Beyond Boundaries (GBB)||Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transit Authority (Metro)*|
|Los Angeles Black Worker Center||Managed Career Solutions Business Source Center||Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce||Community Coalition (SLATE-Z Resident Engagement Lead)||Move LA*|
|Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department* (EWDD)||Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce*||LA's Promise*||Coalition for Responsible Community Development*|
|Los Angeles Trade Technical College* (LATTC)||Los Angeles Urban League*||Los Angeles Trade Technical College* (LATTC)||Mayor's Office of Gang Reduction & Youth Development*|
|Los Angeles Urban League||Strategic Actions for a Just Economy||Los Angeles Unified School District||Los Angeles Police Department|
|Los Angeles/Orange County Building & Construction Trades Council||Mercado La Paloma||LA Job Corps||Friends Outside Los Angeles County|
|Mayor's Office Veterans Coordinator||TRUST South LA||University of California, Los Angeles||Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department|
|PV Jobs||Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation||University of Southern California||Mayor's Office of Reentry|
|St. John's Clinics||YouthBuild Charter Schools of CA||Soledad Enrichment Action|
|Transportation Workforce Institute||Urban Peace Institute|
|United Auto Worker Labor and Employment Training Center||Volunteers of America|
|YWCA of Greater Los Angeles|