Everett staff and students will sometimes create websites for partner organizations like nonprofits or university units. We find that it is a great way to bring more real-world experience to our students and give the opportunity for executive fellows to manage deliverable-oriented projects.
Produced for our friends at the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at USC. The Changing States website allows advocates, activists, researchers, and others to explore Changing States: a Framework for Progressive Governance.
Working for Dignity In the Spring of 2015, Everett students partnered with USCS Professor Steve McKay to bring the findings of his “Working For Dignity” research project to the community and world. The project involved over 1,100 student conducted surveys of low-wage workers from all around Santa Cruz county with the intent of bringing to light workplace violations and to tell the stories of low-wage workers. Everett assisted by creating the Working For Dignity website complete with data graphics and digital stories. True to their ingenuity and spirit, Everett students also translated the entire website into Spanish on the day of its launch!