Following four months of work together on a multitude of successful events, Texas A&M University School of Law has renewed its partnership with Project Partners. We will continue to serve as the contracted event coordinator for branded Texas A&M University School of Law events. Working hand-in-hand with Erayne Hill and the Marketing Department, our work will include logistics coordination and student outreach for events through the end of 2019. Originally established in 1989 as the Dallas/Fort Worth School of Law, the School of Law became part of Texas Wesleyan University in 1992 and was acquired by Texas A&M University in 2013.
Fort Worth-based Hill School has called on Project Partners to help develop and implement a community engagement plan to help increase awareness and enrollment. The plan will involve staff and volunteers and focus on both immediate action items as well as long-term success. Since its founding in 1973, this private school has provided progressive educational services in a safe and student-centered environment. Hill School is committed to helping students who learn differently achieve life-long success.
Ten years ago, Project Partners facilitated community conversations for Trinity Metro, the public transportation agency in Fort Worth. At that time, people envisioned calling for a ride from their cell phone app – but that seemed light years away. Now Trinity Metro is making that happen with the ZIPZONE pilot program – the agency’s “first mile/last mile” solution for users of public transportation through an on-demand rideshare service. Via, Trinity Metro’s rideshare provider, chose Project Partners to supplement their local outreach initiatives and we are thrilled to once again be serving our community with our friends at Trinity Metro.
The Birdville Education Foundation board renewed their agreement with Project Partners for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. This marks our third year of work together to enhance innovative learning and support the educational excellence of Birdville ISD. This partnership will include consulting and project management services in the areas of nonprofit administration/strategic planning, community relations and communications, fundraising, events management, program development, and board and committee engagement.
After the founding executive director moved to a volunteer board member position, the Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition (FWDPC) turned to Project Partners for interim Executive Director consulting and project management services to support the all-volunteer board of directors and small program staffing team. We’ve been a partner for good to the Fort Worth Drowning Prevention Coalition since its inception, helping with start-up consulting, strategic planning, and sponsorship development. The FWDPC is a nonprofit whose mission is to prevent fatal and non-fatal drownings in the Fort Worth area and beyond.