Educational Institutions

Collaborative for Learning and Community

  • Rochester Mn, MN
  • http://www.ssc.k12.mn.us/Page/273

Mission Statement

Promoting collaborations and partnerships in lifelong learning and community development!

The Collaborative for Learning & Community (CLC) is a non-profit corporation organized to perform lifelong learning, planning and development on a regional basis and to assist in meeting specific educational needs of children and adults in participating schools and communities which could be better provided as a collaborative than by the schools and communities individually. Cooperative lifelong educational and community development services provide for maximum effective and efficient use of resources.

The CLC is located in Rochester, Minnesota and is closely affiliated with the Southeast Service Cooperative (SSC), a public agency initiated in 1976 by Minnesota Statute to serve schools and government units. The CLC’s mission is somewhat broader than SSC’s in that it reaches beyond meeting specific needs of individual entities in administrative and instructional programming to facilitate collaboration by diverse groups within and across communities in southeast Minnesota.

CLC’s founding board directors and incorporators were Superintendent David U’Ren of Rushford (Vice-Chair), Thomas Maloy of Lake City (Chair), Bari Amadio of Rochester (Secretary-Treasurer), and Suzanne Riley (Coordinator).

The Collaborative for Learning & Community concerns itself with the following cooperative educational and community development domains:
1) Multi-school/community planning, development, and operation of cooperative programs.
2) Inter-agency liaison activities.
3) Cooperative lifelong educational and community development services.

To promote collaborations and partnerships in lifelong learning and community development, the Collaborative for Learning and Community has defined its functions to meet the following. To conduct educational planning and development on a regional basis, providing: a) a structure for coordination of cooperative multi-school and community planning and project development, and b) a data collection and reporting system with appropriate analysis which will assist in planning and development. To serve as a liaison with governmental and planning agencies, providing: a) a structure for multi-school and community liaison activities, and b) policies and positions on general regional plans or development which may affect other planning agencies. To provide educational, planning, and development services which participating entities determine can best be provided to local schools and communities on a cooperative basis by: a) providing a structure for cooperative lifelong educational and community development related services, and b) delivering or facilitating the delivery of lifelong learning and community development services.

ruling year

2004

Principal Officer

Source: Form 990N

Suzanne Riley

Keywords

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Educational Foundation, Literacy Support, Innovation Funding

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EIN

27-0048572

 Number

3241012190

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Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Nonmonetary Support N.E.C. (B19)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Collaborative for Learning and Community

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Principal Officer

Suzanne Riley

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