ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL OF MAINE

RootSkills In-Person Training: Building Resilient Communities

  • Saturday, April 29, 2017
  • USM, 96 Falmouth Street, Portland


RootSkills In-Person Training
"Building Resilient Communities"

Join fellow Grassroot Fund grantees, community organizers, nonprofit leaders, and passionate students on April 29, 2017 at the University of Southern Maine (Portland, ME) for the second RootSkills In-Person Training, as part of the Grassroots Fund's 2017 RootSkills Training Series. This year's series theme is "Building Resilient Communities," through Spirit in Action's Theory of Transformation to collectively transform the world by working with communities to Reimagine culture, Resist domination, Reform institutions, and Recreate society. 

RootSkills welcomes you to learn, share, and work together to develop actionable, holistic strategies that create more inclusive communities and programs. At this event, we'll be grappling with tough questions, sharing inspiring solutions, and looking to hear from YOU!

Why Attend the RootSkills In-Person Training?

  • 9 interactive workshops, on topics from fundraising to marketing to youth organizing, lead by community leaders and organizers from across New England
  • Day-long intensive workshop with trainers from Third Sector New England on creating diverse, inclusive community programs and networks
  • A dinner panel on Civic Engagement from local community leaders
  • Speed Seed Application rounds- Apply for a grant with the help of Grassroots Fund staff!
  • Meet and network with fellow grantees and grassroots community organizers
Be sure to check out the Full Agenda!

Sponsorship Information: 
Sponsors receive benefits year round via all RootSkills trainings. Sponsorships range from $100 to $25,000. CLICK HERE for more sponsorship information.

Exhibitor Information:
Only 10 exhibitor opportunities are available. $100 to exhibit, fee includes: table, chair, ability to participate in workshops, and dinner. CLICK HERE for more exhibitor information.

This event is open to community members interested in social justice, building bridges between silos, and working to develop a plan towards building a more just and sustainable society.

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