Public Narrative: Story of Self, Us, & Now

A workshop that enables you to identify the sources of your calling and motivate others to join you in the pursuit of a shared purpose.

WHEN

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Starting At: 8:30 AM

8 hours with 30 minute lunch

CONTACT

Chuck Seaca

cseaca@akhf.org  •  (907)-770-8410

August 16th (Tuesday) |  8:30 am - 5:00 pm | Application due July 17th
The Nave, Anchorage

Public Narrative is a leadership framework and method that enables you to identify the sources of your calling and share them through story in a way that motivates others to join you in the pursuit of a shared purpose. It was developed by Marshall Ganz out of his experience as Cezar Chavez’ Director of Organizing and then as the architect of Obama’s organizing strategy in ‘08. Public Narrative is made up of three parts: a Story of Self, a Story of Us, and a Story of Now. This workshop will be run by Teaching Fellows who work with Professor Ganz at Harvard University. It is a nonpartisan opportunity for those working to better communities in Alaska.

This workshop is designed for people doing on-the-ground community work.

Space is limited. Applicants will be selected based to ensure organizational diversity and regional representation. Programs staff will be given priority over communications, PR, and fundraising.

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All workshop costs are generously covered by our project sponsors: The Alliance, Recover, and the Alaska Community Foundation.

The Alliance
The Alliance

The Alliance United to Prevent Alcohol Misuse & Promote Community Wellness

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Recover Alaska
Recover Alaska

Reducing excessive alcohol use and harm.

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Alaska Community Foundation
Alaska Community Foundation

Helping Those Who Help Others

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AKHF: Celebrating 50 Years!

The Alaska Humanities Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that designs and facilitates experiences to bridge distance and difference – programming that shares and preserves the stories of people and places across our vast state, and explores what it means to be Alaskan.

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