With the support of key partnerships, the Jones Center has been able to launch and expand projects that advance the mission of the Center and that of its partners. Our work would not be possible without the support of our partners. Partnerships can be formed in various ways, but they always are about an organization (or more than one) sharing resources to achieve a shared resilience goal alongside the Jones Center. Thanks goes to these 2019-2020 partners:
- American Geophysical Union, who partnered on a 3-day Science Activation training program at the 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting
- California Earthquake Authority, who partnered on a CA earthquake communications initiative with Local media outlets
- California Institute of Technology, who partnered on two weeklong Science Activation workshops
- City of Huntington Park, whois partnering on a community resilience pilot program
- Consul General of Mexico in Los Angeles, whois partnering on a community resilience pilot program
- Los Angeles County Fire Department, who is partnering on a community resilience pilot program
- Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, who is partnering on the Intersection Series
- Southern California Grantmakers, who partnered on Reimagining Philanthropy’s Role in Building Resilient Communities
- University of Oregon, Wayne Morse Center for Law & Politics, who partners on various programs around science and policy making in Oregon
Non-profit, public sector, and other organizations wishing to partner with the Jones Center can do so by entering into a partnership agreement with the Center to establish a formal, collaborative working relationship on specific goals. All partnerships include a pre-stated mutual goal, benchmarks to review the partnership, and an end-date for formal review and potential renewal/modification.
For more information, please visit our Contact Us page to request a partnership agreement.