The Enlight Collaborative is a granting foundation that promotes collaboration among nonprofits working with youth. In April, leadership teams from a cohort of organizations working in the k-12 education space will gather for three days in Austin, Texas to build relationship and discover potential areas of cooperation and collaboration. As part of the process for creating the conditions for collaboration, I'll be leading the workshop for the entire cohort.
Back by popular demand! I'll be returning to Redding to facilitate the workshop for community leaders unable to attend to the one in November (see below). Once again the workshop is being co-sponsored by Euphrates.org, the McConnell Foundation and the Redding Chamber of Commerce. To read some of the participant comments from the previous workshop, click here.
An all-day version of the workshop, in partnership with the Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue organization, for the Conscious Elders Networks (CEN). CEN is "an educational, non-profit organization fostering a budding movement of vital elders, dedicated to growing in consciousness while actively addressing the demanding challenges facing our country. We work inter-generationally for social and economic justice, environmental stewardship, and sound governance." Open to public. Registration required.
An online version of the Pop the Bubble workshop with the international members of Euphrates.org. Euphrates offers "programs that inform people about Middle East issues, inspire them with examples of solutions and progress, and invite them to transform into engaged and effective global citizens."
A Pop the Bubble workshop with the executive team and staff of VIA, a 50-plus year old non-profit providing "innovative experiential learning programs in Asia and the United States that promote cross-cultural understanding, build partnerships, and offer transformative experiences for our participants and the communities they serve."