Collaborative Impact

Eastern Ohio Education Partnership (EOEP) is committed to helping all children succeed...cradle to career. That is why EOEP is advocating for individual programs to come together in new ways. An isolated approach will no longer work. 

Imagine, as a business owner each of your departments - marketing, sales, production – all had different targets; or, as a social service agency each part of a program had different targets – it would be hard to achieve set objectives. This can happen to any of us, we have our heads down doing great work, taking care of our part. But what if we were all working toward one goal? We’d be much more likely to hit our target – collectively.

The partners at Eastern Ohio Education Partnership strongly believe that we, with your support, can change the educational outcome of area students.

More About Our Collaboarations:

Tony Paglia

Retired Vice President of Government Affairs, Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber of Commerce, Past EOEP Chair

  • Businesses need to be involved in the change the want to see in the community
  • Open workplaces to students and visit schools to share opportunities with young people
  • Provide financial assistance in the educational process

Anna Marie Vaughn

Superintendent, Columbiana County Educational Service Center, Past EOEP Board Member

  • Working with educational partners is only the first step
  • Community partners, such as businesses and higher education, can have a great impact on education

Dr. Charles L. Howell

Dean of Beeghly College of Education, Youngstown State University, EOEP Board Member

  • Field placement is critical for success in transitioning to postsecondary education
  • Colleges are able to work with school districts to assist in the professional development of teachers