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* Campaign organizing with women and girls in Visalia - Jasmine
 
* Campaign organizing with women and girls in Visalia - Jasmine
 
* Supporting youth-led digital media in Sacramento - Isaac
 
* Supporting youth-led digital media in Sacramento - Isaac
* Organize against gentrification and displacement in Santa Ana - Joesé
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* Organizing against gentrification and displacement in Santa Ana - Joesé
 
* Advocating for active mobility in South LA - Adé
 
* Advocating for active mobility in South LA - Adé
 
* What is takes to run a career development center like the NEST - Yethzell
 
* What is takes to run a career development center like the NEST - Yethzell

Revision as of 17:29, 21 June 2018

The following is the working agenda for the California Nonprofit Technology Festival in Fresno on June 20 - 21, 2018.


Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Afternoon: Travel Day

Out-of-town participants start to arrive

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

8:30 AM – Coffee and light breakfast

9:00 AM – Welcome and Opening Circle

The event will start with introductions and welcomes, an overview of the agenda and guidelines, and announcements.

9:45 AM – Perspectives from Around the State

Participants engaged in story-sharing and conversations about work they are doing in their various communities and movements.

  • Amplifying community stories through youth-led journalism in Eastern Coachella Valley - Amber
  • Amplifying community stories through youth-led journalism in Fresno - Kody
  • Campaign organizing with women and girls in Visalia - Jasmine
  • Supporting youth-led digital media in Sacramento - Isaac
  • Organizing against gentrification and displacement in Santa Ana - Joesé
  • Advocating for active mobility in South LA - Adé
  • What is takes to run a career development center like the NEST - Yethzell
  • Supporting 200 organizations that provide citizenship services in the US - Sarah
  • What it’s like to serve content creators - Jane
  • What its like to organizing with Latina reproductive justice leaders across the state - Jazmyn and Christina
  • Organizing for Environmental Justice in the Central Valley - Cesar

10:45 AM – Break

11:00 AM – Looking at the Big Picture

12:30 PM – Lunch

Participants will be encouraged to sit with friends they have not yet met!

1:30 PM – Interactive Project Showcase Session: Farmers Market

Participants will present and share work they are doing in their various regions and fields, in a fast-paced collaborative format.

2:30 PM – Break

2:45 PM – Collaborative Working Sessions

Participants will choose from 5-7 working groups, and will be welcome to suggest or request additional sessions.

4:15 PM – Closing Circle

4:45 PM – Group Picture

5:00 PM – Adjourn Day 1

Participants are welcome to stay after and ask additional questions.

5:30 PM – Post-Event Hang Out

Hang out location to be determined.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

8:30 AM – Coffee and light breakfast

9:00 AM – Opening Circle

9:15 AM – Collaborative Working Sessions

Participants will choose from 5-7 working groups, and will be welcome to suggest or request additional sessions.

10:45 AM – Break

11:00 AM – Peer Skill Share

Participants will be encouraged to share any skill they consider relevant to the meeting scope. The session will be structured so as to minimize group size and maximize 1-on-1 sharing opportunities.

12:30 PM – Lunch

1:30 PM – Collaborative Working Sessions

Participants will choose from 5-7 working groups, and will be welcome to suggest or request additional sessions.

3:00 PM – Break

3:15 PM – Where From Here

The group will pause to take stock of the progress made to this point and to inventory action items, next steps, and other bridges to post-event collaborations.

4:15 PM – Closing Circle and Appreciations

5:00 PM – Adjourn