Registration for Disability Art and Culture Project's Nonprofit Leadership Education Series
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Beginning September 20th, 2021 from 3:00-4:30 p.m. PST, Disability Art and Culture Project will be holding a six month Nonprofit Leadership Education Series for disabled and Deaf Black, Indigenous, multiracial, and people of color as well as disabled and Deaf queer and trans people. We will be releasing the full schedule when facilitators are confirmed, but please add yourself to this list if you want to participate. You will receive email updates as they are available.
The Nonprofit Leadership Education Series will be held every two weeks over Zoom webinar with automatic captions and ASL-English interpretation. Please let us know other access needs in the form below. Because it takes place over Zoom, participants may attend from anywhere in the United States or elsewhere. To honor the disabled bodyminds of this series' producers, please understand that we may need to reschedule events due to emerging access needs.
These sessions will be recorded and available after the session for asynchronous viewing and participation via Discord (a message board).
This is a free offering to QTBIPOC and queer and trans community across the United States. Our hope is that this Nonprofit Leadership Education Series will prepare Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, multiracial, and people of color to become a Board member, Volunteer member, Staff member, or even donor to an organization that resonates. We hope to build relationships with you through this process, and welcome your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org These will reach our Executive Director, Rebel Black. Please be patient regarding response times as Rebel is disabled and works limited hours.
If you would like to apply to our Board of Directors or become a volunteer, that is most welcome! For those who do, we ask that you participate in the whole series either synchronously (attending live) or asynchronously (watching the videos afterward). There is also an interview and application process to join our Board. We are currently operating remotely and can accept Board Members and volunteers from anywhere in Oregon, Washington, or the USA more broadly. Although we hope you'll think we're cool enough to get involved with, participation with Disability Art and Culture Project is NOT required to attend this series.
Sept 20, 3-4:30 PM PST
Oct 4, 3-4:30 PM PST
Oct 18, 3-4:30 PM PST
Nov 1, 3-4:30 PM PST
Nov 18, 3-4:30 PM PST
Dec 6, 3-4:30 PM PST
Dec 20, 3-4:30 PM PST
Jan 3, 3-4:30 PM PST
Jan 17, 3-4:30 PM PST
Jan 31, 3-4:30 PM PST
Feb 7, 3-4:30 PM PST
OPTIONAL: Each training is valued at $50 per person. If you would like to donate toward an accessible Nonprofit Leadership Education Series, please do so through PayPal at
IF THE PROJECT IS GRANT FUNDED, the first 50 QTBIPOC participants will receive a $100 gift card. This is conditional on being awarded funding for this series.
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Access Needs: What do you need to fully participate in an online webinar?
Examples: ASL-English interpretation, Spanish-English interpretation, live captioning, etc.
What are your access needs to fully participate in an online webinar?
What do you want to learn from this series?
What is your nonprofit leadership experience?
This information is for grant reporting purposes and will not be connected to your name or personal information. We define disability as someone who lives with being sick, disabled, Mad/mentally ill, Deaf, Hard of Hearing, low vision/blind, neurodiverse, or otherwise chronically ill.
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