Inclusive Nonprofits Workshop with Angela Park

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REGISTRATION REQUIRED-Register Soon-Limited Space Available!

Date/Time: Wed.,October 15

  • 8:30-9:00am: Morning Refreshments & Networking
  • 9:00-12:30pm: Workshop ends at 12:30pm and is followed by a provided lunch and time for networking

Location: Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, 3245 Eliot Street, Denver 80211

Cost:  Free (Thank you to the Denver Foundation for their generous support to make this workshop possible!)

For Questions:  Email Malinda Mochizuki at outreach@caee.org


Join the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE) and the Denver Foundation for an interactive workshop on non-profit inclusiveness. Participants will explore key concepts and skill sets related to diversity, inclusion and equity; share stories of learning and success; and take away tangible next steps.  

We encourage you to consider bringing colleagues from your organization, in particular organizational leaders if possible (i.e. board members, executive director, senior managers, etc.).  

Please note that this session is designed to be participatory and you will be encouraged to engage with others on these topics.  We appreciate you providing responses to the registration questions about your experience with inclusiveness work and what topics/issues you hope to discuss. 

This session will be led by nationally recognized consultant, author, and speaker, Angela Park. Angela is the founder/executive director of Mission Critical, a nonprofit dedicated to equity and diversity advocacy and policy making. Angela also has a breadth of experience researching and working on equity and diversity with environmental and social change nonprofits. Click here for more information on Angela Park.

CAEE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT POLICIES:

Cancellation policy:If you are no longer able to attend this event, please let us know as soon as possible in the event a waiting list has been created.  This event is subject to cancellation if registration numbers are low or in the case of inclement weather. 

Credit:  This event is not available for continuing education credit.  However, CAEE will have a certificate of participation at the event that lists the professional development you attend and how many hours it is. It is the participant's responsibility to ensure that the time you spend at our events meet the criteria of the program/institution you are trying to apply them to.

Photography/Video Agreement: In submitting your event registration, you understand photographs and video may be taken in which you may be included, and you agree and understand that these images may be used by CAEE for promotional purposes in print, video, and on the internet.


CHECK OUT CAEE'S OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS  

Friday, March 27-Saturday, March 28, 2015, Auraria Campus-Denver: 

Explore Research, Elevate Practice, Spark Collaboartions-Colorado's Advancing Environmental Education Conference  

October 15th, 2014 8:30 AM   through   12:30 PM

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