Enrollment Application

January 30th – April 16th, 2020
 
Eleven consecutive Thursday night sessions, followed by a Graduation Celebration

TIME: 6:00-8:30 p.m., Dinner Provided
 
LOCATION: Center For Neighborhoods, 507 S. 3rd Street
 
The Neighborhood Institute Spring 2020 is open to all neighborhoods, Metro Council Districts and the whole community. There is no charge to attend, but space is limited, and applications will be accepted through January 20th at 5:00 pm. Classes will begin on Thursday, January 30th at 6 pm and continue every Thursday until April 16th, 2020. 

The Neighborhood Institute is a neighborhood leadership-education program established in 1987 by the Center For Neighborhoods, a non-profit civic organization.  The Neighborhood Institute equips neighborhood leaders with the resources necessary to effect positive change by acting through and with their neighborhood groups. 
 
Part of the Neighborhood Institute curriculum includes a self-directed project in the community.  Through the class projects, people become engaged in the community as they branch out and apply the information and knowledge from the class to real-life situations.
 
The application deadline for Neighborhood Institute Spring 2020 is 5:00PM on Monday, January 20th, 2020.
Space is limited. Attendees are expected to attend all sessions during the Institute and communicate with the instructors if they will be absent. If you think you will miss multiple classes (more than two), we would kindly prefer you apply for the Neighborhood Institute another time when your schedule better allows so that we may offer a spot to someone from the waiting list.

For more information about Neighborhood Institute, please visit www.centerforneighborhoods.org/neighborhood-institute, call 502-589-0343, or email education@centerforneighborhoods.org 

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* 1. First Name

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* 2. Last Name

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* 3. Street Address

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* 4. City and State

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* 5. Zip Code

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* 6. Email Address

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* 7. Phone Number

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* 8. Neighborhood

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* 9. How long have you lived in Louisville?

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* 10. How long have you lived in your current neighborhood?

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* 11. Who referred you to Neighborhood Institute?

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* 12. Have you previously participated in any Center For Neighborhoods programs? (Check all that apply.)

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* 13. Are you currently involved in any neighborhood organizations or associations?

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* 14. What are your goals or desired outcomes from attending the Neighborhood Institute?

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* 15. What ideas do you have to improve your neighborhood?

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* 16. How will you use the skills and information learned back in your community?

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