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Hi all -- Thanks for taking 5 minutes to complete this survey about community-led skill building workshops as a way to link community building, personal and professional development, and fundraising. Here's the gist of the idea: We all have skills that we acquired/learned doing our hobbies or through our professional lives that other people might want to acquire. These skills are valuable and marketable, and could be used to
1) Bring BARPCV community members together to form new friendships or professional connections,
2) Develop skills to enhance our personal or professional lives, and
3) Raise funds for the BARPCV community.
For example: I volunteer time/materials to develop and lead a training on basic negotiation skills. BARPCV community members sign up for a spot in the session (for example, 24 seats) for some reasonable fixed price (say, 20-30 bucks or by donation) that is cheaper than what the training would go for on the open market. All proceeds go to BARPCV.
Skill transfer workshop topics could be on nearly any topic. Here are a few ideas: photography lessons, improv comedy 101, facilitation training, cooking lessons, grant writing, storytelling, travel writing, book writing, presentation delivery, time management/productivity, meditation, home brewing, etc.---basically it could be anything a member is passionate about and wants to share with others.
Please fill out the following few questions, and feel free to email me if you have any questions!
BARPCV Fundraising Chair
Your Email address:
Would you like to participate in a skills transfer workshop?
What topics would you most like to learn about in a skill transfer workshop?
Are you interested/willing to design and lead a skills transfer workshop?
If you answered 'yes, I'd be interested/willing to lead a workshop,' what is the skill you would teach? How long (e.g. 2 hours or a half day) would you need to deliver the workshop?
Do you know anybody (either in the BARPCV Community or not) who has a skill that you'd like to learn more about? If so (and assuming they might be interested to teach) who is this person and what skill could they teach?
Thanks for taking the survey. Please be sure to submit your answers by clicking the button below! Email questions to Eric Roberts at
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