Please note: This first-come, first-served registration is limited to 50 city and county elected officials.
The League is excited to announce a new training opportunity for elected officials in cooperation with the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE).
The Elected Officials Race Equity Community of Practice is a skills-building series for organizational change makers. There will be four sessions held at the LMC offices in St. Paul. Additional sessions (up to two) may be convened to devote more time to understanding a topic, and/or explore a new topic or skill identified from participant feedback.
The purpose of this series is to increase confidence, aptitude, and commitment of elected officials to lead organizational change and build a community of practice that fosters racial equity outcomes.
In this training series, elected officials will:
June 29, July 27, August 24, and September 28
5:30-8 p.m. (includes light meal)
Note: There may be 1-2 optional additional sessions in October and November.
—Participants are expected to attend all four (4) sessions, and complete homework and reading assignments between sessions.
—Participants will be paired with a peer to consult with for each session. This practice will provide time and support for problem-solving.
Fee: $100 (covers all sessions)
League of Minnesota Cities
145 University Ave. W. (view map)
St. Paul, MN 55103