Bridges Out of Poverty
Learning & Planning Workshop
Franklin Community High School (Performing Arts Entrance)
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Cost: $25 (Includes lunch, materials, book; Bridges Out of Poverty)
Learning and Planning Workshop (closed)
8:30am - 12:00pm: Learning
12:00pm-3:30pm: Collaboration and Planning
Based on research of Dr. Ruby Payne, the Bridges Out of Poverty model examines the sources and impact of poverty on families and communities, reveals the hidden rules of norms of social class,
Internationally recognized author and speaker, Philip E. Devol will be joining KIC-IT for a Learning and Planning Workship.
and supports addressing and solving poverty at the community level. Bridges Out of Poverty offers innovation concepts and training that helps employers, community organizations, social services agencies, and individuals address poverty in a comprehensive way. In more than 300 communities across the country, people from all economic classes come together using ideas, structures, guidelines, concrete tools and create actions steps to improve job retention rates, building resources, improve outcomes, and support those who are moving out of poverty.
Check out www.ahaprocess.com created by Dr. Ruby Payne. It's an award-winning training and publishing company providing workshops, publications, and consulting services to help improve lives and build sustainable success in communities, schools, and higher education.
Please click the below link for survey results from June's Bridges Out of Poverty workshop. If you have any questions, comments or updates that you would like to share, please send via email.
Out of 144 participants, 97 completed a survey. Thank you!
Survey results (pdf)