COUNT ME 2020
COUNT ME 2020 EVENTS AND MEETINGS
COUNT ME 2020 OUTREACH MATERIALS
Count Me 2020 Resources
Toolkits and Informational Materials:
NALEO, CA Census, Get Out The Count, Etc.
CA Census - State Guidelines
Census Presentations Contact:
Roberto Garcia, Partnership Specialist San Diego County U.S. Census Bureau, Cell 619.701.2098 email@example.com
U.S. Census Bureau Resources
Census - How to Complete
Education & Outreach Materials by Specific Populations and Interest Areas
Black and African American
PANA (Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans)
For People with Disabilities
Education & Outreach Materials for kids
0-5 First Five
QAK/ QAC Resources
COUNT ME 2020 WORKGROUPS
- Any workgroup larger than 9 members will nominate an Administrative Subcommittee (AdSub) of no more than 5 members to manage the schedule and activities of the whole committee.
- Any workgroup can determine its own subcommittee structure beyond the AdSub.
- Workgroup will select 1 or 2 point-people for each workgroup, who will serve on the Executive Committee of Count Me 2020.
- Executive Committee will be comprised of Michele Silverthorn, the United Way of San Diego County Lead, point-people for each work group, and 5 at-large delegates nominated and selected by the Coalition.
- Executive Committee Members: Alan Kaplan, Alor Calderon, Ana Ardon, Arcela Nuñez-Alvarez, Blanca Romero, Chris Wilson, Gayle Hom, Laila Aziz, Lori Schellenberger, Margarita Holguin, Michelle Krug, Miguel Hernandez.
Outreach Management: work with Strategic Planning committee to develop field outreach plan, oversee overall outreach plan implementation, review possible issues, troubleshoot, manage needs as per reporting schedule.
- Language Access Plan: develop and write language access plan, find translators into at least top 6 languages, research and provide language needs assessment, write culturally proper materials.
- Training Development (including train the trainer curriculum).
- Data Evaluation and Targeting: develop a data management plan, work with ACBO to help set up proper structures for reporting, work with data manager to collect data, connect with UWSD to report into SWORD.
- Technology: identify outreach tech needs – what collection system do we use, integrate with existing tech or propose new tech solutions, etc.
NRFU Plan for April-Aug 2020 Outreach.
Coordination: connect with Cities, Counties, State Govts, Fed Census, and other Local and National Census outreach efforts to collect and share best practices.
Volunteers: plan volunteer recruitment, structure, coordination, and events.
Recruitment: work to identify and recruit new partners in effort to continually grow the coalition to be broader and more inclusive.
Outside Support: work with non-gov’t funders to support the existing Count Me 2020 outreach effort, and work to create alternative funding structures for groups not qualified to subcontract directly, or providing other services not covered by the State contract, find ways to support existing plan with supplementary efforts.
Communications/Media: will develop comms plan, will design materials, hire/recommend consultants, collaborate with other Census comms efforts, develop press list and manage media outreach, work with field and tech to create/support Centers and Kiosks.
Experiments: focus on proposing creative methods of outreach, develop non-traditional support networks, work with outside creatives, and integrate with comms and tech.
Events/Location Based Outreach: work with all workgroups to plan and manage events, coordinate logistics, help design Centers and Kiosks, set-up volunteer/staff structure for staffing events and kiosks in the run-up to the count and in the follow-up.
Special focus on groups working in Imperial County.
- Members of this workgroup must have expertise in community outreach or grantee/partner evaluation.
- This workgroup will serve until the final selection of subcontractors and will then be dissolved.
- This workgroup will be limited up to 7 members.
- Members of this workgroup cannot be employees of US Census or CA Census.
- Members of this workgroup can serve as leads or partners on other workgroups.
- Members of this workgroup must have NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST – so members of this workgroup cannot be groups applying as direct HTC outreach subcontractors.
Subcontractor Evaluation and Selection Workgroup’s Role
- Evaluation: Subcontractor evaluation matrix construction, info collection.
- Review: poll/interview potential subcontractors, create profiles.
- Selection: propose final subcontractors to ACBO, determine and recommend funding levels.
Group members have been self selected, please join a workgroup!
Feel free to attend any of the working groups – we cannot do this work without you!
- Meeting dates and notes will be shared with the entire group and soon on be on the website (along with high level tasks & workgroup members).
It is highly recommended that organizations planning to apply to be a subcontractor participate in the workgroups, this will ensure the highest level of participation and engagement throughout our counties and lead to the most accurate count!
UWSD is oversight for the workgroups, work plans, and final decisions on subcontracts.
Need more info: Strategic Outreach Plan: https://tiny.cc/countme2020
Other resources: https://www.countme2020.org/toolkits
- Count Me 2020 Coalition slides and meeting notes
REPORT CENSUS 2020 OUTREACH
Easily report any 2020 Census outreach work that you are doing here!
Funded partners are required to report weekly on Mondays.
Capturing all the outreach that is being done in San Diego and Imperial Counties is crucial to reaching a full count, so we encourage any organization doing Census outreach to let us know what you are doing!
If you are an organization, governing body, business, or funder, that wants to join the coalition, please send us a message. If you have any specific questions or concerns, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.