Advocacy & Organizing

  • Identity. Action. Leadership.

"I loved getting practical, tangible tools that I feel I can carry into my work. I can very easily see myself using the tools [they] taught us."                                                                                                                                                                                           - 2011 Participant

 

The Advocacy and Organizing workshop series is seven-sessions facilitated by professional organizers from community partners and alumni, who introduce leaders to core theories, strategies and tools for being an effective community organizer on campus and off-campus. Whatever issues you are passionate about, these are the tools to understand and effectively contribute to a movement for social change. The group also builds relational bonds for cross-issue support and alliance. All sessions are required. Contact the Student Development Chair (sdc@pbha.org) if you have any questions. 

Click here to register for the Advocacy and Organizing workshop series. 

The Advocacy and Organizing workshop series covers the following topics:
  • Introduction to History and Principles of Organizing
  • Personal Identity and Leadership
  • Base Building and Group Democracy
  • Campaign Mapping and Leadership Development
  • Power Analysis, Targets and Allies
  • Action Planning, Escalation and Media Strategy
  • Critical Analysis and Sustaining Ourselves

Fall 2018 Training Dates (Must attend all sessions)

Tuesdays, 6pm-8pm

October 2

October 9

October 16

October 23

October 30

November 6

November 13

 

Register for Advocacy and Organizing Training!