Check out our new Fall 2015 workshops!
Check back regularly as we add more classes.
New Citizen’s Voice Workshops:
Southwestern Pennsylvania Community Profiles Workshop
Sure you know your community, but do you have the data you need to think strategically about its needs and growth?
CTAC is excited to partner with the University of Pittsburgh Center for Social and Urban Research (UCSUR) to bring you a Love Your Neighborhood: Citizen’s Voice workshop focusing on UCSUR’s new Southwestern Pennsylvania Community Profiles website. The SWPA Community Profiles site is an interactive website that provides easy access to community data. It is a new way to collect, analyze, and understand information across a range of domains to look at neighborhoods and communities in a comprehensive data fashion.
This workshop has two parts: the first hour will focus on how to determine what data you need and how to then use it to think strategically about your community and make good community development decisions. The second hour will cover the basics of using the site and how to find the data you are looking for. Attendees will leave knowing how to make a useful community profile.
When: October 14th, 2015, 5:45-7:45
Where: Homewood-Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
7101 Hamilton Ave, Pittsburgh, PA, 15208. Room 1 (Ballroom)
Check back for more Citizen’s Voice workshops later this fall!
Courses held in Spring 2015:
May 13: Citizen’s Voice Clinic, Part 1
May 19: Crafting a Strategic Action Plan
May 20: Board Basics
May 27: Creating a Communications Plan
May 28: Using Social Media
June 3: Budgeting and Financial Management
June 4: Donor Relations and Grant Basics