We would like interviewing skills that are focused on informational media interviews, and less focused on interviewing for the purpose of hiring a new member. We use interviewing to create informational webinars and also to gain information from new community partners.
This project is important because we work with a lot of different community partners, and it is good to have the skills necessary to learn about another organization in an efficient manner.
Arizona State University's Office of Community Health, Engagement, and Resiliency (ASU OCHER) is a transdisciplinary, community-engaged research unit in ASU's School of Social Work in Tucson, Arizona. The mission is to co-create interventions with communities that focus on inherent strengths and assets that promote resiliency, especially in underserved communities of color, and to create or strengthen pathways of opportunity for all people to achieve their full potential.