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Training for Change workshops Spring 2010: Accepting applications now.

ORGANIZING SKILLS INSTITUTE – Spring 2010

[information from Training for Change. For more information on all workshops, please visit http://www.trainingforchange.org/workshops]

This new joint project with Swarthmore College is a semester-long institute to teach core organizing skills. It is for activists looking for more than a 101 intro to organizing. It includes three weekend workshops plus one-on-one mentorship. Accepting applications now.

TO REGISTER OR FOR INFORMATION

Contact us at (215) 776-8444 or nico@trainingforchange.org. Additional information is on our website: www.TrainingForChange.org

ACT GLOBALLY, ACT LOCALLY

For over fifteen years Training for Change has been based in Philadelphia. We have led trainings in dozens of countries and worked with social movements in nearly every corner of the globe ? yet we always love working here at home.

In the past year Training for Change has led trainings locally for Casino-Free Philadelphia, ACT-UP, activists working on gun violence with Heeding God?s Call, Save the Libraries Coalition, Prometheus Radio Project, and more.

Work with an organization that wants to upgrade its facilitation, strategy planning, or training skills? Please contact Daniel Hunter or Nico Amador at peacelearn@igc.org.

TO REGISTER OR FOR INFORMATION

Contact us at (215) 776-8444 or nico@trainingforchange.org. Additional information is on our

website: www.TrainingForChange.org

ACT GLOBALLY, ACT LOCALLY

For over fifteen years Training for Change has been based in Philadelphia. We have led

trainings in dozens of countries and worked with social movements in nearly every corner of

the globe ? yet we always love working here at home.

In the past year Training for Change has led trainings locally for Casino-Free Philadelphia,

ACT-UP, activists working on gun violence with Heeding God?s Call, Save the Libraries

Coalition, Prometheus Radio Project, and more.

Work with an organization that wants to upgrade its facilitation, strategy planning, or training

skills? Please contact Daniel Hunter or Nico Amador at peacelearn@igc.org.