Project Wichita Focus Groups

Have a book club, bowling team or Bunco group? Have a group of friends or coworkers who care about where Wichita and the region should go?

Project Wichita features multiple ways to get involved with a focus group. Get started today!

DIY Focus Groups

Anyone can easily host a non-traditional "Do-It-Yourself" (DIY) focus group by completing three steps: download the facilitation guide, ask six simple questions and upload your collective input via the button below. Your responses will be automatically submitted to Wichita State University's Public Policy and Management Center to include as a part of the Project Wichita vision direction. It's that easy!

 
 
 

WSU and Volunteer-led Focus Groups

The Wichita State University Public Policy and Management Center team and Project Wichita volunteers are facilitating a variety of focus groups with a wide range of ages and backgrounds throughout the community and region including non-profits, community organizations, schools and businesses. If you are interested in volunteering (helping host or facilitate multiple focus groups) please attend training in person at Wichita State University.

Focus Group Training Dates:

Tuesday, April 17 from 12:00-1:00 p.m. Room 138 Wichita State Metroplex (5015 E. 29th St. N.)
Wednesday, April 18 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Room 138 Wichita State Metroplex (5015 E. 29th St. N.)

 
 

If you are interested in having a facilitator come to your group or organization to host a focus group, please contact LaShonda Garnes, Community Development Manager of WSU's Public Policy and Management Center at LaShonda.garnes@wichita.edu or at (316) 978-6834.

Questions or other ideas on how you can be involved? Email Evan Rosell at evan@projectwichita.org.