Convening Communities of Practice
Engaged Learning Series
The Engaged Learning Series (ELS) gives community engagement practitioners and those looking to learn more about community engagement a chance to learn from one another. Practitioners inform the topics covered in these free quarterly workshops.
Check back in April 2019 for the link to register for our next Engaged Learning Series on May 16, 2019!
Click here to view past topics.
“I appreciated that this session was interactive, grounded in personal experience – emotion – spirit – listening – healing!” — ELS participant
Growing the Field of Community Engagement
Tapping the Potential Workshop Series
Tapping the Potential of Community Engagement is a four-part workshop series that introduces participants to the foundations of community engagement.
Check back here in 2020 for the next Tapping the Potential series registration, or contact Angie for details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The series is a challenging, inspiring experience that anyone and everyone can learn and grow from.”
— Tapping the Potential participant
“[I now have] a clear understanding of community engagement and how to engage community in an authentic manner.”
—Tapping the Potential participant
We provide customized trainings and curriculum on a local, state, and national level to organizations and institutions looking to learn more about community engagement and to better integrate it into their work. A sampling of our partners include: the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (Safety and Justice Challenge), United Way of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Region, the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, the Minnesota Department of Health, and Children’s Hospital of Minnesota.
For more information about consulting and coaching opportunities, contact Program Director Avi Viswanathan at email@example.com.
Equipping the Field of Community Engagement
Tools and Resources
NCEI works to equip practitioners and funders with the tools and resources to both effectively engage community and to demonstrate the impact of community engagement.
Click here to access our tools and resources, many of which were developed by the original Build the Field (BTF) partners and all of which were created with community members and engagement practitioners.