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Bridges Out of Poverty- Part 3: Community Lens

June 9 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm MDT

This workshop is an in-depth extension of the Bridges Out of Poverty workshop and builds strategies to break down poverty’s barriers and embed new constructs. The Individual and Institutional lenses covered in the first two days of Bridges workshops are used as a basis for the third Bridges workshop, which looks at poverty’s barriers through the lens of the community. It is an opportunity for not only information and techniques, but to put the skills we’ve learned into practice and continue the real task of building a Bridges Community. The building blocks of putting the work into action will happen at this session.

Participation in the original Bridges Out of Poverty is strongly recommended, but not required. If you missed previous offerings of Bridges Out of Poverty, you can take an online course. Visit https://www.ahaprocess.com/event/bridges-out-of-poverty-workshop-elubridjrp-2109/ for more information.

Registration is limited!

Register Here for Bridges Out of Poverty Part 3 Community Lens

Highlights of this workshop include the following topics:

  • Highlights of Bridges: Community Lens include the following topics:
  • Begin with the end in mind
  • Engaging the community
  • The Getting Ahead series and methodology
  • Getting Ahead evaluation results and CharityTracker outcomes
  • Staying ahead programs
  • Identifying cocreators, catalysts, and backbone organizations
  • Creating a Bridges steering committee
  • Building awareness and finding funding
  • The joy of working across class lines
  • Rankism, transformational relationships, and false generosity
  • Creating a Bridges steering committee
  • Building a Bridges collaborative
  • Criteria for becoming a Bridges community
  • The joy of politics and policy change
  • Overcoming political barriers
  • Criteria for effective advocacy

 

This workshop is open to the general public and perfect for community organizers, elected officials, concerned citizens, nonprofit staff, mental health providers, educators and school counselors, those working in the health and human service industry, frontline employees and more!

Scholarships are available upon request. To inquire about scholarships please email info@panhandlepartnership.com

 

Registration includes refreshments and lunch.

Special thanks to these sponsors and supporters:

  • Western Nebraska Community College
  • United Way of Western Nebraska
  • Alliance Christian Ministerial Association
  • Panhandle Trails Intercity Public Transit

 

Details

Date:
June 9
Time:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Website:
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Location

Alliance Performing Arts Center
1450 Box Butte Ave
Alliance, NE 69301 United States
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