Trainings and Activities
We Feed You, You Feedback
Snohomish Hall, Room 304 | Tuesday, February 4, 2014
Join us for a strategic conversation on cultural proficiency at Edmonds Community College, hosted by the Diversity Council. Light refreshments will be provided.
What is a strategic conversation?
A strategic conversation is an informal, but structured, discussion on a campus-wide topic that results in a clearer understanding of the topic and gets feedback from the campus community. It is similar to open-forum discussions or summits on specific topic areas.
How does it work?
You will be provides an overview of the topic prior to the discussion and a guided discussion of the topic during the feedback session. Participants will have an opportunity to provide individual and group feedback on cultural proficiency including terminology for Edmonds CC, competencies, learning outcomes, and help with asset mapping.
What is the end product?
The strategic conversation will help the Diversity Council get feedback on cultural proficiency resulting in the development of thoughtful and successful strategies to be included in the College Strategic Plan for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Ultimately, strategic conversations will help our college remain flexible and open to change by positioning us to listen to our campus community and learn from our collective experiences.
Who is invited?
Everyone is invited to attend including students, employees, and community members. Please feel free to share with others.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. (RSVP's are not required but appreciated.)
White Privilege Conference
March 26-29, 2014 | Madison, WI
Save the date for the WPC 15. The theme this year is "Building Relations! Strengthening Communities! Seeking Justice!" Find out more information here.
North Puget Sound Conference on Race
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., May 17, 2014 | Woodway Hall 202, Edmonds Community College
Communities of Color Coalition presents the 3rd annual North Puget Sound Conference on Race: Focus on Food, Health, and Housing
Keynote address: Dr. Paul Pitre, PhD
MC: Rep. Lillian Ortiz-Self
Free and open to the public!
The conference theme addresses three of the principal components contributing to the quality of life realized by persons and families of color in Snohomish County: Food, Health and Housing. The keynote address will be given by Dr. Paul Pitre, PhD, Dean of WSU - North Puget Sound at Everett. In addition to the keynote address, the conference will include three sequential panels of knowledgeable individuals focused on food, health and housing. Each panel will break into discussion groups lead by the panelists.
As in prior conferences, the primary focus is providing both information and skills-development opportunities that will help participants return to their communities better prepared to address the individual or institutional racism, cultural or religious intolerance, linguistic barriers, and the like that may limit the ability of those subjected to such treatment to obtain the food, health care or housing they need.
Seating is limited. Please register for the conference at Brown Paper Tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/670133 to assure your place and to indicate your lunch entree. Light breakfast and full lunch provided.