"A “must attend” event for all residents interested in improving neighborhoods" from 8:30am-5:00pm on Saturday, October 8. More details about the conference below and here
. This looks like it promises to be a fascinating day filled with good information and good people to know. I encourage Cool Cities and other Sierra Club activists in Santa Clara County to participate.
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From: delucath <delucath@...>
Date: Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 8:54 AM
Subject: [SJSU_MURPs] Neighborhood Development Training Conference (Oct 8)
Santa Clara County Neighborhood Development Training Conference
When: Saturday, October 8, 2011
Where: San Jose State University Clark Hall
The Neighborhood Development Training Conference aims to strengthen the
voices and skills of neighborhood residents in Santa Clara County. This
conference is offered to Santa Clara County residents and SJSU students.
Workshop topics include:
* How to Deal with Problem Properties
* Working with Faith-Based Institutions on Community Issues
* Using the Internet as Neighborhood Tool
* Community Policing for Neighborhood Safety
* Stabilizing Neighborhoods in Tough Economic Times
* The Future of San Jose Neighborhoods is Here! Are you Prepared?
* Adapting to Changing Neighborhood Demographics
* Financial Literacy, Managing Your Money
* Developing Your Leadership Potential
* Team Building: Adults and Youth Working Together
* Engaging Residents in Sustainable Living Practices
* Silicon Valley – How Far Can We Grow
Registration deadline for this free conference is September 30, 2011.
For more information, go to:
For questions about the conference, contact Jaime Angulo: (408)279-2600.
ext. 1290 or jangulo@....
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-- Megan Fluke
Conservation Program Manager
Sierra Club, Loma Prieta Chapter3921 E. Bayshore RoadPalo Alto, CA 94303(650) 390 9604megan.fluke@...Do you think your city could be more sustainable? Join your local Cool Cities Team, a motivated group of residents in your neighborhood who are working together to make your city a more sustainable place. Contact me if you'd like more information.