The Spartanburg Community Indicators Project presents data and engages the community in dialogue and strategy that leads to positive change in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. The Project facilitates organizations and individuals as they actively promote civic prosperity by using community indicator data to inform and guide their progress.
The Spartanburg Community Indicators Project (SCIP) is a collaboration of seven Sponsoring Partners: The Spartanburg County Foundation, United Way of the Piedmont, Spartanburg County, University of South Carolina Upstate, Mary Black Foundation, Spartanburg Regional Foundation and Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce. SCIP is managed by a cabinet of committed stakeholders who represent each of the six sponsoring partners. The program of work is led by the cabinet with the support of a project director.
Additionally, there are Indicator Area Leaders that champion each area and strategies to improve outcomes in the community.
The University of South Carolina manages a web-based data delivery system to ensure data in the Indicator Areas are reliable and easily accessible to community members.
The identified Indicator Areas are: