Neighborhood Development

Carna Resources Group is a business to business services provider.   We provide premium integrated services for micro businesses, knowledge economies, career management, and quality-of-life development.   Integrated partnership programs empower rural villages and ignite neighborhood communities around equitable and sustainable business solutions that they view as important.   Partnerships also afford cost-sharing technologies, capacity agility, technical skills training, enterprise back office support, and customized business opportunities.   Our partnerships with private, academic, and government sectors fill important gaps between formal education and informal learning that remove barriers to meaningful and hopeful careers.   Read More


PlexLearning Partnerships  

PlexLearning partnerships allow local micro businesses to maximize net benefits technologies offer while minimizing risks these new technologies bring.   These partnerships corelease around intelligent technologies as tools for serving people - not to enslave them.   In trusted neighborhood spaces, entrepreneurs repurpose technologies, and limited resources, into appropriate formats for proximal learning and best practices that help people think for themselves as they navigate ebbs and flows from changing circumstances, new markets, and competing interests.   This culture of life-long continuous and purposeful learning energizes economic and fill quality of life development gaps in local neighborhood, and rural village, communities.   Read More 


Research to Practice Partnerships

Our Research to Practice Partnerships (RPPs) bring timely economic and quality of life development solutions to urban neighborhood, and rural village, communities.   RPPs integrate experiences, and expectations, of local micro businesses participants into welcoming and affirming long-term community development programs that help protect against predatory agencies, financial entrapment, and chronic hopelessness.   These PlexLearning RPP programs enable people in local village or neighborhood communities to be better prepared for changes at different stages of life, career, and vocation by staying relevant, hopeful, and purposefully engaged in shaping governance policies, notwithstanding situations they find themselves.    Read More