Hudson Valley Catskill Partnership
A member-driven community site for Adult Ed and Literacy professionals, it has custom-integrated components (CiviCRM, Docman, Kunena, etc.), plus a customized Event Registration system.
does this make sense?
Customized Joomla and components for a combination public writing magazine and private article development tool –– a site dedicated to rational thought and critical reasoning.
Hudson Valley Catskill Partnership is an umbrella organization for adult education professionals and their parent organizations. They provide certified training and professional worshops, as well as online courses and member groups. Literacy volunteers, teachers who help low-income mothers get their GED, English-as-a-second-language professionals, learning programs for prisoners –– these are the people who toil year after year, improving lives, raising hope, increasing opportunites, around the ideas of language, learning, and literacy. We are proud to be the Hudson Valley website and function developers for HVCP for almost a decade.
Through our involvement with HVCP we have also developed websites and tools for associated organizations: the New York State Association of Incarcerrated Education Programs, the New York Association for Continuing/Community Education, and RAEN Fingerlakes. It is our honor to work with these dedicated professionals and to empower them with modern database-driven web tools.
We also create and manage websites for Writing and Writers. These sites have special needs: public and private areas for writers, workshop and event support, book and publication eCommerce (shopping carts), and social media-based writing community tools and benefits. Several small packages staff are professional writers, and we understand this website category intimately.
Amherst Writers and Artists is the oldest writing workshop organization in the world, with thousands of members worldwide, and our site for them has comprehensive functionality for their membership. Their founder, Pat Schneider, asked us to develop her personal site as well. "Does This Make Sense?" is a writing site with a special mission: critical thinking, and we've developed the web site as an evolving set of public and private community functions.