Neighborhood Development

Carna Resources Group is a business to business services provider.   We manage community incubator and engagement partnerships between local neighborhood enterprises, private, academic, and government sectors for economic and quality-of-life development.   Our services enable small neighborhood businesses to convert philanthropy into sustainable taxpaying enterprises with meaningful careers and quality of life development.   Community-based entrepreneurship services enable access to cost-sharing business opportunities, career development, and risk management not available when neighborhood small businesses work separately.   Read More

 

PlexLearning Technology  

We help local neighborhood Shared Interest Community (SIC) groups maximize net benefits technology offers while minimizing risks new technology bring.   Our PlexLearning technology enables SICs to benefit from Research to Practice Partnerships (RPP) that affirms what local neighborhood community groups view as important.   PlexLearning technology helps SICs maintain control of trusting neighborhood spaces with proximal learning and best practices that help people think for themselves as they navigate ebbs and flows from new relationships, changing markets, and competing interests.   The technology promotes a culture of continuous life-long learning that is needed to fully participate in twenty-first century society.   Read More 

 

Entrepreneurial Philanthropy

Entrepreneurial philanthropy services are uniquely designed for each neighborhood community to maintain a culture of continuous education which involves creation, transmission, and use of relevant knowledge.   Carna Resources special partnership with the Education for Development and Support Network Foundation (www.edsn.org) integrates participants’ experiences into welcoming and affirming program activities that help to protect against predatory agency, financial entrapment, marginalization, hostile prejudices and chronic hopelessness.   These programs enable people at different stages of life, career, and vocation to stay relevant, hopeful, and purposefully engaged with their village or neighborhood community in whatever situations they find themselves.    Read More