PAST Project Summary Revised

PAST Project Summary Revised - Organization: Preservation...

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Unformatted text preview: Organization: Preservation Association of the Southern Tier Team Members: Amanda Corneau, Carlos Ali, Christina Griscti, Edwinn Matonis, Tamara Rosen The Preservation Association of the Southern Tier (P.A.S.T.) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving historical landmarks throughout Broome and Tioga counties. They also uncover clues about the area's history and study the skilled craftsmanship in the local community. The organization offers walking tours, both guided and selfguided, in order to spread the word about historic Binghamton. P.A.S.T. views the future of the Southern Tier as an homage to its rich past. For over 30 years, they have been an educational outlet to the community. P.A.S.T.'s leadership values the economical and historical benefits of going green and restoring the Southern Tier. One of the major concerns of the organization is how to reach a younger demographic which would increase awareness of the community's rich history of skillful artisans. A team of five Binghamton University School of Management students will be addressing this concern and others by examining business options for the organization. Each suggestion will be tested according to business models ensuring accuracy while never losing sight of the organization's vision. The vision in mind is one of a community that is not only beautiful, but environmentally friendly and historically educational. The students within the Leadership department's capstone course will ensure that ties be made between Binghamton University and other school's in the community such that P.A.S.T. can ensure a rich community environment well into our future. ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course LEAD 353 taught by Professor Jaussi during the Spring '08 term at Binghamton University.

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