Community Action of Skagit County Board of Directors April Brown Bag Discussion

Thank you for your RSVP to "Focus on Skagit Coalitions: Enhancing Community Partnerships". Speakers J. Hope Corbin, PhD, Assistant Professor at Western Washington University’s Human Services Program, will present her “Bergen Model of Collaborative Functioning,” and walk participants through an informal assessment of one of their networks or coalitions.

Elizabeth Jennings, Community Engagement Manager for Community Action of Skagit County and the Skagit Volunteer Center, will facilitate a simple exercise for assessing the functional mission and opportunities for growth along the continuum of Network > Coordinate > Cooperate > Collaborate.

Event Details:

Date: Thursday April 16, 2015
Location: Northwest Career and Technical Academy, 2205 West Campus Place, Mount Vernon
Time: 12-2 PM
Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/KX1OQ
Cost: Free. Make a donation for provided light lunch. (Please do not bring outside food or drink into the complex)
Note: Luncheon seating is LIMITED to 55 guests. Additional seating will be available to late registrants but lunch is not guaranteed.

After you RSVP, we will email you a parking pass the day before the event.

This conversation is part of Community Action of Skagit County’s Board of Directors monthly brown bag series. Each month will focus on a topic related to our mission of ending poverty and creating a more thriving community for all in Skagit County. This series is open to the public.

For more information, contact Isabela Ordonez. isabelao@communityactionskagit.org

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