Workshop on Community-School Partnerships
Posted by on September 19, 2003
HOW DOES A SCHOOL BUILD PARTNERSHIPS THAT WORK ?
Friday, Nov. 21, 2003 9AM – 4PM
Saturday, Nov. 22, 2003 9AM – 4PM
Montview Presbyterian Church,
1980 Dahlia St., Denver, CO 80220
LEARN BASIC PRINCIPLES OF
. Community organizing
. Asset-Based Community Development (ABCD)
DEVELOP PRACTICAL SKILLS
. Building relationships
. Identifying strengths
. Making connections
. Partnerships that work between parents and schools
. Schools connecting with their neighborhoods for mutual benefit
. Schools as assets for stronger neighborhoods
. Young people as community-builders
. Engaging the wider community to support and strengthen a school
Mike Green: Member of faculties of ABCD Institute and ABCD Training Group. Mike is a longtime community organizer who helped found a small charter school using community- building principles.
Mike Kromrey: Director of Metro Organizations for People (MOP) in Denver, and a consulting staff member with PICO, a 30 year old national network of faith-based community organizations. Mike is a 23 year veteran community organizer.
Price is $225. (Includes tuition, continental breakfast, and lunch) Special Price of $200 for three or more people from the same organization. Make checks out to ABCD Training Group. Scholarships are available.
We are holding a block of rooms at the DoubleTree Denver for $69/night. To reserve a room, send your name to Eliza Carney by Oct 28.
Workshop sponsored by:
ABCD Training Group
The Denver Foundation
Making Connections Denver – The Annie E. Casey Foundation
For further information or scholarship application form, contact Eliza Carney, 970-416-0636 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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