Do you see things that need doing in the community, but don’t know where to start? Neighborworks Green Bay has a great workshop for you to attend next month. It’s called the Green Bay Community Leadership Institute, and it takes place March 3, 2018. There you will learn about fundraising strategies, ways to organize, effective communication, and a look at volunteer opportunities around the community. The cost is just ten dollars, and includes lunch.
The “Green Bay Community Leadership Institute” will take place on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at Washington Middle School, Green Bay. The goal of the one-day training event is to strengthen the voices and leadership skills of community residents and volunteer leaders. The GBCLI is available to residents throughout Brown County. Thanks to a generous and anonymous donor, the cost of the GBCLI is just $10! . Registrations are due by Friday, February 23rd and can be done online at www.nwgreenbay.org or by calling Jenny Chevalier at 920-593-3716.
Sessions will include:
• Fundraising Strategies for Small Charities/Bret Bicoy, Door County Community Foundation
• Getting the Most of Communication Opportunities: Networking and Meetings/Barbara Koldos, Howard-Suamico School District
• Organizational Culture: The Secret to Getting and Keeping Awesome Volunteers/Lucy Arendt, PhD, St. Norbert College
• Collaborative Leadership through Local Foods Engagement/Amanda Chu
• Personal and Community Asset Mapping/Noel S. Halvorsen, NeighborWorks Green Bay
• Civic Engagement: Making Your Voice Count/Cheryl Renier-Wigg and Celestine Jeffreys, City of Green Bay
• Understanding Art and How to Lead with Art/Kent Hutchinson, Artist/Public Art Activist
• Washington Middle School…. The Singular Narrative with Multiple Opportunities/Molly O’Neil, Washington Middle School
There will also be big bodacious bonus bus tour featuring examples of community impact, public art, community gardens, neighborhood impact, etc.