Building Power for Change: What are our goals?


Thank you for your interest in the Building Power for Change: Equity workshop for Hamilton County Leaders and Organizers. This session will be held Saturday October 7th, 9 AM - 1 PM, at the Downtown YMCA (301 W 6th Street).

This session is intended to be the first step in a series of growth opportunities UnifiEd offers for community members seeking to ensure that all of young people have the opportunity to succeed and flourish while in school and after they graduate.

Our goals for the training are to:

(1) Build relationships, share stories, and grow empathy for neighbors

(2) Understand shared language for our work

(3) Learn about the history and politics of education policy

(4) Develop skills

(5) Share stories and vision together about Hamilton County schools

Thank you for registering and answering some questions about yourself. This should take about 10 -15 minutes and will help us prepare for our time together.

* 1. What is your name?

* 2. What is your telephone number?

* 3. What is your email?

* 4. What is your age?

* 5. What is your gender?

* 6. Ethnicity Origin or Race

* 7. What is your education history? (check all that apply)

* 8. Do you have food allergies? If so, please list them below

* 9. Do you need physical support to attend the meeting? If so, what do you need?

* 10. We could provide childcare, if needed. If you plan to bring your children, please list their names below with their ages and any special needs the child care provider should know.

* 11. What is your current zip code?

* 12. Do you have someone in your family currently attending a Hamilton County school? What is (are) their experiences(s)?

* 13. I have relationships with folks from across the county

* 14. I have opportunities to exchange ideas with those who have different political, social, and economic views.

* 15. When people share their stories, I try to understand their experiences

* 16. I understand the history of public education in this country

* 17. I understand what equity means and why its important

* 18. I feel confident in engaging with others to make change

* 19. I feel comfortable with leadership roles

* 20. Is there something that we should know or that you would like to add?

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