Breaking down barriers to form progressive, action-based partnerships in Northern California and the Central Valley
Location: Placer County, CA (Venue TBD)
Date: Friday, July 7, and Saturday, July 8th 2023
What: A two-day, in-person interactive training hosted by the Community Governance Partnership,
regional partners, foundations and facilitated by executive trainer David Hunt, internationally recognized for his organizer training and facilitation skills. (Foundation scholarships available!)
Organizational leadership and activists from the newly drawn 3rd Congressional District and adjacent counties, who have an ongoing commitment to building community; have existing roles in activism, environmental, social justice organizations; or have a background/professional interest in advocacy, coalition building, public service and electoral campaigns. ALL organizing backgrounds welcome!
Over 540 California
activists have graduated from this community organizer training program!
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For more information about community organizer training programs hosted by Community Governance Partnership, please see past training agendas and testimonials or contact Training Coordinator, Francesca Brittingham at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To learn the core principles and process of strategic community organizing
To build a sense of activist and political community in the region
To increase our understanding of power and how to build real power to advance change
To emerge as an inspired and connected force for social and political change
“The training provided through the Community Governance Partnership for San Joaquin County was a pivotal moment for progressive coalition building in our communities. Not only was Mr. Hunt's training for direct action campaigns detailed, collaborative, well organized, perfectly executed, and inspiring in itself, the camaraderie that sprung from two days of focused activity among representatives from several dozen groups is carrying the region forward toward better collaboration for a number of projects."
Barbara Barrigan Perea
Restore The Delta