RSVP Deadline: December 1st
Program will be held for 3 weeks January 2022.
DPMI/Sitka was designed to answer this question: “What do social justice activists need to know to successfully promote high-impact, sustainable initiatives that address local priorities?”
The program includes training on local systems mapping; appreciative interviewing; tools to analyze a local context; stakeholder analysis; participatory theory of change development; proposal writing; and more! Participants are tasked with designing or redesigning a social change initiative that meets the needs of a specific community. They also produce a proposal that can generate financial support for a community priority while meeting funder requirements.
This is a 3-week virtual program. You will work closely with local leadership to strengthen two projects sponsored by the Sitka Tribe of Alaska’s Cultural Resources, Education and Employment Department. Visit this link to apply by December 1. The program fee is $1,000; participants are welcome to apply for funding by contacting CCI’s Tracy Himmel Isham (email@example.com) to help cover the costs of the program. For further questions contact Beryl Levinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.