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What are Community Conversations?

WMHT's Community Conversations are localized, small-group discussions where participants identify what they want for their community, what needs to change to reach those goals, and the challenges they face in moving change forward. WMHT’s role as co-facilitator is to assist with developing opportunities for this type of dialogue to occur and to better serve our evolving communities by informing our work with the diverse viewpoints, aspirations, and challenges that are shared.
For more information about community conversations, contact the WMHT Education Department or call (518) 880-3400.

Meet Past Participants

Meet the organizations and individuals from around our region who have shared their aspirations for their communities.

Community Conversations

Albany Community Action Partnership (ACAP) Early Learning Center Parents

Posted by WMHT Web Editor

Albany Community Action Partnership's Early Learning Center is a full-day child care facility serving families with children ages six weeks to five years old.

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Delaware Avenue Neighborhood in Albany

Posted by WMHT Web Editor

The Delaware Avenue Neighborhood Association is organized to protect and improve Delaware Avenue’s friendly, vibrant, diverse, walkable and convenient neighborhood.

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The members of AVillage…, Inc.

Posted by WMHT Web Editor

AVillage…, Inc. is a grass roots group working to improve, enrich and empower the lives of children and families in Albany communities.

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Frontline Student Support Professionals working in Albany

Posted by WMHT Web Editor

Participants in the conversation are student support professionals engaged in the direct provision of services and/or administration of support programs for at-risk youth.

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Local Content and Service Report

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Learn how we enrich our communities with programs and services that advance education.

NPR People & Places