Civic Reflection Facilitation Training
Are you interesting in gaining facilitation skills? Deepening engagement? And building commitment among members, students, faculty, and staff? Then join the Project on Civic Reflection (PCR) for a two-day civic reflection facilitation training workshop. You will gain hands-on skills in facilitation and learn the practice of civic reflection discussion. This flexible practice has been successful in helping people gain clarity about their values and beliefs, build community among participants, promote dialogue across differences, and deepen commitment to social justice and civic engagement.
November 2 and 3, November 4 and 5 PCR will offer 2 two-day trainings in the fall of 2010
November 2 (12-7pm) and 3 (9-4:30) –UC Berkeley campus – Berkeley, CA
November 4 (12-7pm) and 5 (9-4:30) – California Campus Compact – Daly City, CA
The cost is $250. If you are interested in learning more, please contact Kelli Covey, Director of Programs and Development, the registration form is attached. About PCR The Project on Civic Reflection is a respected national provider of facilitation training, consulting, and resource development for reflective civic discussion. Over the past 12 years, we have built and grown an organization that reaches a diverse base of clients and partners, including national service programs like AmeriCorps and VISTA, colleges and universities, volunteer and service organizations, libraries and cultural institutions, and many other organizations focused on civic engagement. We have also developed online materials and publications as programming resources, including the widely used Civically Engaged Reader and Hearing the Call across Traditions: Readings on Faith and Service, along with two smaller selections, Talking Service and the recently published Talking Giving. To date, we have worked in 42 states, trained over 700 facilitators, and developed a corps of 10 trainers whom we deploy nationwide for training workshops.
Visit www.civicreflection.org to learn more about PCR.