As of June 22, we’ve filled up all available spots for this training and registration has been closed. If you weren’t able to register in time, don’t worry — we’ll be holding another one in the fall! Check back for updates.
This summer, we’re taking our Communities in Action advocacy workshops and moving them online! Our Communities in Action: Digital Organizing Series will be a free, four-part workshop that provides you with the tools you need to successfully organize your community and advocate for anti-poverty policy using digital tools such as social media, texts, email, and video.
This series of workshops will be held entirely online, using the video-conferencing app Zoom. The total workshop spans four Saturdays in a row, two hours each Saturday. We encourage you to attend all four, as the material presented at each one will build off previous trainings. This training series is entirely free of charge.
Saturday, July 11, 10 AM – 12 PM : An Introduction to Poverty Action
Saturday, July 18, 10 AM – 12 PM : Power & Privilege in Anti-Poverty Organizing
Saturday, July 25, 10 AM – 12 PM : Speaking Truth to Power (Why Your Story is a Critical Organizing Tool)
Saturday, August 1, 10 AM – 12 PM : The Legislative Session: Organizing in Action
Sign up for all four trainings here.
Interested but not sure what to expect? We’re holding an online information session about the trainings on Saturday, June 27, at 10 AM. Join us to meet Poverty Action staff, hear more about the workshop, and ask your questions. Sign up here.