We provide Native Community Organizer Training for Native leaders, nonprofits, and organizations both in rural and urban communities. We know that effective organizing requires continuous learning of newskills and strategies for today’s audience and their communication preferences. Grassroots organizing and campaigns are happening both on the ground and in digital spaces. With the rapid advancement of technology, it’s important to also be grounded in traditional practices and values and learn to apply Indigenous leadership skills. With these skills, organizations can build effective teams and powerful partnerships that can affect transformational change on a massive scale.
November 13 – 18, 2022
Federal Way, Washington
Native Organizers Alliance is excited to announce that applications are open for the National Native Community Organizing Training in November!
Applicants will join Native leaders and organizers from across Indian Country for a week of skill-building, connection, and learning.
The application deadline was 11:59 PM EST on October 27, 2022.
Skills for the 21st century
- Critical thinking
- Effective Communication
Grassroots organizing and campaigns
- Organizing people and resources
- Planning meetings and events
- Canvasing and petitioning
- Phone calls, letters, and emails
- Talking points and messaging
Leaning on traditional practices and values
- Strength and Courage
- Honesty and Respect
- Wisdom and Humility
- Story Sharing
Traditional community organizing & leadership skills
- Servant leadership
- Traditional values and beliefs
- Building character
- Community and unity
Teams and partnerships
- Team building and trust
- Shared vision and mission
- Roles and expectations
- Strategic Planning