"It is precisely the people who are considered the least ‘likely’ leaders who end up inspiring others the most. Everyday people and everyday acts of courage eventually change everything.” - Ai-jen Poo
Community Systems Statewide Supports (CS3)
The conference is free to attend, provides Gateways and Early Childhood Professional Development credits, and provides English to Spanish interpretation and live captions. http://bit.ly/PPAConference2023
Interested in joining the Partner Plan Act Collaboration Institute? Send an intent to apply to our sixth cohort.
Early childhood community collaboration leadership teams of three to five people that participate in the Institute receive coaching and training for 12 to 15 months. Deepen your collective and individual knowledge of community systems, systems building, and systems change by participating in this free and unique opportunity. To express your intent to apply or learn more, visit the Partner Plan Act website.
This resource provides tips on creating an indigenous land acknowledgment statement. Key components include self-reflection, homework and research, using appropriate language, using all tenses of a verb, taking action beyond land acknowledgment, and more.
Native Land Digital is a Canadian not-for-profit organization that is Indigenous-led, with an Indigenous Executive Director, and majority Indigenous Board of Directors that oversees and directs the organization. They’ve created a Native Land digital map that allows people, including those in the U.S., to identify the territories, languages, and treaties in their geographic areas. The purpose is to change, challenge, and improve the way people see history and the present day. The hope is to strengthen the spiritual bonds that people have with the land, its people, and its meaning.
The conference is free to attend, provides Gateways and Early Childhood Professional Development credits, and provides English to Spanish interpretation and live captions.
This two-part training is designed to engage and enhance community collaboration knowledge around grant writing and financial sustainability. While attending both is not required, we encourage you to do so to gain the most out of this training.
Part 1 – Tuesday, June 6, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Part 2 – Thursday, June 22, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Develop their writing skills when responding to various components of a grant proposal. These components include: writing a narrative, using pointed and equitable language, and developing a proposed budget.
Time saving "hacks" to help develop a system for writing for multiple funding opportunities.