Free Training: How to Engage the Community
The Office of Neighborhood Services is providing another free session as part of its Neighborhood Training series. This one is called Organizational Success: How to Engage the Community, and it will take place on Monday, July 29 from 6-7:30pm at the West Central Community Center (1603 N Belt) [map].
Like its title suggests, this training session will teach you how to reach out to, interact with and involve the community in your neighborhood organization. This training is ideal for neighborhood councils of all shapes and sizes, but it’s open to anyone who wants to attend — which means senior centers, nonprofits, churches, schools, and other organizations in that vein.
The ONS’ last training session, which focused on social media, was overbooked and received very positive feedback from the participants.
To reserve your spot for Organizational Success: How to Engage the Community, get in touch with Jackie Caro at (509) 625-6733 or firstname.lastname@example.org.