Civic Boot Camp: Livable Neighborhoods returns on March 17 and 24

When: 
Fri, March 17, 2017,
9:00am to 5:00pm PDT
Where: 
Seattle, WA
Location: 
South Lake Union Seattle, WA

Civic Boot Camp: Livable Neighborhoods

Created in 2015, Livable Neighborhoods Civic Boot Camp addresses Seattle’s commitment to sustainable neighborhoods. We explore green space, food access, historical and cultural preservation, transit and walkability, and housing and development. The focus is on Seattle’s fastest growing neighborhood, Cascade-South Lake Union, and tackles issues of change in the area's economy, demographics, ecology and culture.

What is Civic Boot Camp?

Civic Boot Camp is a unique neighborhood experience. A chance to grow your professional network! A training on how to make a difference! And more!

Attend Civic Boot Camp and in one day you'll uncover the regions's rich history, connect with leaders and learn how to get involved with the issues that matter to you. Civic Boot Camp was developed by Seattle CityClub in 2013 to educate, engage and empower Puget Sound residents to make a positive difference in their workplaces, neighborhoods and communities. Civic Boot Camp is a unique day-long immersion for a cohort of 25-30 participants offering direct experience, knowledge of community history and current affairs, access to leaders and skill-building on how to make a difference as a citizen leader.

Registration

Cost: $300
Philanthropy Northwest members will received 20% discount. Please contact Paul at pkim@philanthropynw.org for the discount code.

Choose from two sessions: March 17 or March 24, 2017.

The day includes historical tours, networking and individual action planning. Civic Boot Camp activities include:

  • A tour of neighborhood historical sites
  • An introduction to civic life in the city 
  • A luncheon panel discussion featuring community leaders
  • Small group discussion sessions 
  • Networking opportunities 
  • Happy hour

The all day session includes: breakfast, lunch, beverages, tour and admission fees, materials and resources.

Need more information? Please contact Jeff Carter or call 206.682.7395.