Training advocates across the state

Free Advocacy Training 

ALI February 2020 will be February 22 and March 7.

Through the Advocacy Leadership Institute (ALI), Cascade provides people with the skills to become effective community advocates. We believe that empowered community members in any corner of the state can make their neighborhoods safer, healthier and more equitable places. 

Since 2011, Cascade has trained over 175 caring neighbors living throughout the Puget Sound region and beyond. ALI is currently structured as a boot-camp format of two full-day training sessions. Delivered via guest speakers, case studies, small group discussions, and expert trainers, the curriculum includes the following: 

1. The power of your personal story

2. Making change: how safe streets projects and initiatives take shape, who's involved, and how to participate effectively

3. Communications and media messaging

4.  Building and sustaining coalitions.

This year there will be more ways than ever to get involved with ALI. Cascade will be hosting ALI throughout the year on the following dates:

1. February 22 and March 7

2. June 13 and 27

3. September 13 and 26

To stay informed about future ALI sessions to learn more, sign up for Cascade’s advocacy alerts.

 

Contacts: 
Questions? Reach out!
Policy@cascadebicycleclub.org

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