Are you practicing inclusion and equity in your daily life?

Are you ready to deepen that practice in yourself, your relationships, and your community?

Then this 2-day training is for you.

Over the course of 2 days, you will participate in a series of workshops, discussions, and think labs. All of these experiences will be centered around individual and group identity development, empathy-building and communication. These experiences will challenge you to navigate topics centered around anti-oppression and inclusion, and equip you to address these topics in your own context, professional or personal.

Whether you consider yourself an inclusion expert, novice, or anywhere in between, you can expect to be challenged, sharpened, and empowered.

Dates and Times

  • Friday, April 5th: Times TBD
  • Saturday, April 6th: Times TBD

Training Takeaways:

  • Deeper awareness and understanding of your own identities
  • Communication and relationship-building skills taught through real-time experiential activities
  • Frameworks to help understand the world around you and how individuals, groups, and systems impact each other
  • Facilitation skills geared towards addressing topics of anti-oppression and inclusivity, navigating conflict, and shifting power dynamics

Best Fit For:

  • People who interact with diverse groups in professional or personal settings
  • People who desire facilitation skills to navigate topics of anti-oppression and inclusivity
  • People who are open to exploring vulnerability and multiple perspectives in a supportive yet challenging environment
  • People who have already done some personal work related to identity, conflict, and social change
  • Building Bridges Alumni

Cost

  • Full cost of training is $300
  • Sliding scale available

Location

  • In Metro Denver, specific location will be announced
Register Today

Questions or requests? Please contact the Shift Program Manager, Jenny Medrano at jenny@buildingbridgesshift.org.