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Resources for Organizers.

Author: 
Pengelly, Kim.

Around the country, the shortage of community organizers has prompted the development of innovative recruiting and training strategies. Organizers in Minnesota thought it would be helpful to have information about the training opportunities now available for both new and experienced organizers. In response, CURA has assembled this directory of detailed information about training courses, apprenticeships, internships, and volunteer services. Recruitment and referral networks are also included along with places where technical assistance can be obtained. The directory provides information for organizers seeking further training, for young people interested in exploring organizing as an occupation, for directors of organizations looking for ways to recruit new organizing staff, and for organizations needing specialized technical assistance ranging from updated telephone technology to community economic development to no violence training.

Publication date: 
1991
Publisher: 
CURA 91-8. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota
Pages: 
80 pp.
Online availability
CURA call number: 
C1022

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