Institute Graduate Seminars!
Space Reserved Exclusively for Neighborhood Institute Graduates
About the Seminars
Center For Neighborhoods is proud to announce the first
ever series of Neighborhood Institute Graduate Seminars
being offered this fall!
The Graduate Seminars are designed to provide you with
a deeper understanding of neighborhood-based topics.
Day sessions will be focused on providing more in-depth
and intensive information in special areas of interest.
Additionally, you’ll have
the opportunity to reconnect with your classmates and
also make new connections to alumni who might not have
been in your graduating class!
- All seminars held at the Clifton Center 2117
- Saturdays from 9:00AM – 2:30PM
- Breakfast & Lunch
Schedule for each day:
9:00AM – 9:30AM
Coffee & Bagels, Networking
9:30AM – 10:30AM
Topic I - VISION
10:30AM – 10:40AM
10:40AM – 11:40AM
Topic II - ACTION
12:00PM – 1:00PM
1:00PM – 2:30PM
Tour – KNOWLEDGE
September 23, 2006
We’re Going Green!
October 7, 2006
What are we gonna do with that empty lot?
October 21, 2006
Let’s Get Organized!
November 4, 2006
We need to talk.
Call Mary for registration information at 589-0343
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsorship generously provided by:
Metro United Way Vital Neighborhoods
1: We’re Going Green!
Planner/Facilitator: Michael McCoy
- Greening your neighborhood
- How to work with Metro Parks
- Turning open space into
neighborhood green space
Central Park (Old Louisville neighborhood)
Warheim Park (Belknap neighborhood)
Session 2: What are we gonna do with that empty lot?
- Working with developers in your neighborhood
for developing vacant lots
Speckert Court (Smoketown/Shelby Park neighborhoods)
Brent Street (Paristowne Pointe)
Haldeman Street (Clifton)
Session 3: Let’s
Delquan Dorsey & Hallie Jones
- How to organize, plan, and produce community
- How to involve community members and win
- Strategies for bringing people out of
Jewelry-making workshop with artist Gwen Kelly.
4: We need to talk.
- Constructive dialogue
- How to build consensus with
each other & with outside
Preston Street Corridor (Belmar neighborhood)