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January 26th, February 9th, and February 23rd, 2024 from 10 am - 12 pm (MT)
Due to high demand, this training is limited to registrants in Region VIII (CO, UT, WY, SD, ND, MT) at this time.
This micro-course consists of three 2-hour live sessions designed for participants to expand their understanding and grow their skills in community engagement mindsets and approaches. With a focus on unearthing the wisdom and lived experience of the participants in the room, the micro-courses utilize the curriculum development model of "Understanding by Design" to support a dynamic and emergent learning container. Each micro-course has a core syllabus to guide the content paired with a design approach which supports learning through small and large group exploration, and the use of case studies from the field of community engagement. Participants will receive a curated list of resources to support ongoing learning in each topic area.
This training is perfect for community health workers, public health professionals, students, educators, and anyone with an interest in strengthening your authentic connection and work with your community. Please note that this is an intermediate-level training designed for those who have some experience with this work or who have completed the Engaging the Wisdom of Community: Community Engagement Fundamentals training.
The three Live Learning Sessions will take place from 10 am - 12 pm (MT) on the following dates:
We strive to host inclusive and accessible events that enable all individuals, including those with disabilities to engage fully. Please let us know of any accommodations that will assist your full participation.
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Paige is the founder of The Center for Authentic Community Engagement. A change agent, bridge builder, and master facilitator, she has over 20 years of experience working in, with, and for communities in locations around the world. She earned an MPH and a DrPH from the Colorado School of Public Health, where she learned the principles and practices of Community-Engaged Research and behavior change. Her greatest passion is to support individuals and groups that are working at the forefront of social change. Paige knows that thriving communities are lifted by inclusivity, thrive on diversity, are sustained on justice and equality, and require equity. Her love of community is the reason Paige centers everything she does on these core understandings.