Oregon Humanities trains discussion facilitators to lead conversations about vital issues and ideas across differences, beliefs, and backgrounds. These discussions help build strong relationships within organizations and among communities.
This two-day training will help you:
- Get people talking across differences about the big questions that drive their work in the world
- Plan and facilitate conversations on issues you care about within your organization or in the broader community
We cap our trainings so that each attendee can receive the best hands-on facilitation experience. Each workshop is limited to the first twenty people to sign up.
Fall 2017 Training
When: Thursday, October 5, 2017, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Friday, October 6, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Oregon Humanities, 921 SW Washington St., Suite 150, Portland, Oregon, 97205
Cost: $450. This price includes two days of training, breakfast, snacks, and lunch each day, as well as a facilitation toolkit and a book, Taking Action: Readings for Civic Reflection (2012), edited by Adam Davis, executive director of Oregon Humanities.
We are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of scholarships for our trainings. The scholarship application asks you to estimate how much you could contribute towards the cost of the workshop. To obtain a copy of the application, email Rachel Bernstein, partnership and training manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition to the application we ask you submit a one- to two-page résumé and a brief personal statement (no more than 300 words) detailing your reasons for seeking a scholarship and what kind of impact you hope to have with the skills gained in this workshop. If you are applying for a scholarship, please do not fill out the registration forms above.
For questions, contact Rachel Bernstein, partnership and training manager, at (503) 241-0543, ext. 124, or email@example.com.
Oregon Humanities Facilitation Training is made possible in part thanks to the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Oregon Community Foundation.
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