TULSA – Kendall Whittier Main Street is seeking community input on an internship project for a University of Tulsa student.
“The Kendall Whittier Main Street team is always trying to find new ways to make the historic Kendall Whittier District a more vibrant, livable and exciting place to be,” said Jessica Jackson Seay, executive director of KMWS. “Our internship project is to create a proposal for submission to the Board of Directors. As with any idea we have in the community development sector, assessing community input is a vital step.”
The intern, with help from KWMS staff, has put together a 5-minute survey, asking general and specific questions about some potential directions for the proposal. There are also some demographic questions to better understand who is filling out the survey.
We want to hear from you! Please fill out the survey in English here!
¡Queremos escuchar de ti! ¡Por favor complete la encuesta en español aquí!
“As we get responses, our intern can assess those and develop a proposal based on community input. That may look completely different than his original concept, and that’s OK,” Jackson Seay said. “That’s how we learn.”
¡Una versión en español de la encuesta está llegando pronto!
Kendall Whittier Main Street is a nonprofit organization that inspires the ongoing revitalization and growth of a historic and cultural neighborhood in Tulsa, striving to transform it back to a thriving, walkable commercial district. KWMS is a 2020 Great American Main Street Award winner and an Oklahoma Certified Cultural District.
For more information or to get involved, please call or text 918-633-1934 or email email@example.com.