This introductory-level, hands-on workshop will help you learn about some of the latest online tools available to help you assemble, analyze, and present data from the U.S. Census for your own community; special attention to descriptive data for nonprofits and community development organizations working on neighborhood-level planning projects, service delivery, grant-writing, and affordable housing development.
David Kraiker has worked at the Census Bureau for 24 years—first as a Geographer in the New York office, and more recently as a Data Dissemination Specialist. Previously he worked as a cartographer for private mapping companies as well as being a French instructor. David holds a BA from Clark University and a MSc from Rutgers-Newark. He lives in Northern New Jersey with his wife and children, and actively volunteers his time on the environmental commission and shade tree committee within his municipality.
Registration deadline: September 13, 2022
Registration fee: $35 Regular, $25 MACDC Member, $15 Student/Americorps/Intern