Published by Kerry on 19 Jul 2010 at 11:40 am
If a boot camp makes you think of a bunch of people in fatigues being made to climb ropes and run in the mud, you’re not alone. But the Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp is instead a highly enjoyable and educational affair…
The Craigslist Foundation Boot Camp is an intensive but fun series of training sessions to strengthen your community impact. You’ll be among 1,500 participants in over 35 workshops, and hear featured presentations by several community leaders, including Craig Newmark of the Craigslist Foundation, Steven Wright of Salesforce Foundation, Marsha L. Semmel of the Institute of Museum and Library Sciences, and Chip Conley of Joie de Vivre. And no, you won’t be asked to climb any ropes.
Since 2004, 10,000 people have gone through The Boot Camp generously hosted by Craigslist Foundation.
Come see WiserEarth on two panels this year, speaking on Fostering Collaboration Among Social Entrepreneurs (at 1 pm under Leadership and Impact), and moderating Local Actions, Neighborhood Effects: Greening Your Community (at 2:15 pm under Elements of Vital Communities).
You can register here, and head on over to UC Berkeley on August 14!
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