from Rene Kane, Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement
This training is for you if any of the following apply:
- You’d like to meet other neighborhood board members and learn more about their successes… and challenges;
- You’re new to your neighborhood board (elected in the last year);
- You’ve never attended a neighborhood orientation or it’s been awhile since you attended;
- You want to know more about the responsibilities, roles and functions of neighborhood associations; or
- You’re not currently active in your neighborhood association and you’re curious about what neighborhood groups do and how you might be involved in the future.
Here’s a summary of the agenda:
- Brief review: Neighborhood Handbook (contents/organization)
- Introductions: Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement staff
- Let’s Chat: Learn about what makes other neighborhood board members “tick”; what inspires them, fuels their continued commitment and what challenges them. We’ll start with a few questions and let you ask your own.
- Exercise: Engaging your neighbors. We’ll share tools for finding neighborhood information and generate ideas for increasing interest and participation in your neighborhood association.
When: Thursday, November 17, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (a light dinner will be served at 5:10)
Where: Atrium Building, 99 West 10th Avenue