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Tulsa Community Organizing Conference
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Are you frustrated with our state and local politics?

 

Would you like to learn to develop and grow leadership skills for improving the Tulsa area?

 

Discover how your community organization or congregation can build the power to make real change that helps families. Learn to identify, explore, and focus on issues that matter most to those in your institution, and prepare for working with others for the common good. This training will feature professional Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) organizers from across the US:

 

 

          -Liz Hall, lead organizer of AMOS, in Des Moines, Iowa

 

          -Anna Eng, lead organizer of Bay Area IAF in California

 

          -Ramon Duran, organizer with the expansion project in Austin, TX

 

          -Josephine Paul, lead organizer of Dallas Area Interfaith

 

  

The training series is:    Thursday, February 8                     5:30pm-9:00pm

                                     

                                            Friday, February 9                         9:00am-8:00pm

 

                                            Saturday, February 10 from        9:00am-3:00pm.

 

This is NOT your typical conference or workshop;

 

You will need to attend every session to earn 15 ceu’s for LSW-Adm licensees. Failure to attend any session will result in no CEUs.

 

COST

 

$25 per person for member institutions (e.g. NASW)

$50 per person for non-members

 

Dinner is provided on Friday

Lunch is provided on Saturday

 

There is an additional charge for CEU’s of $15 for NASW members or $25 for non-members.

 

For more information or to register, contact Karen Gray at karen.gray@ou.edu

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