EnergizED is Energize Our Neighborhoods’ workshop series that focuses on motivating, engaging and connecting Boise’s residents by giving them the information they need to become champions for change on a neighborhood level.
EnergizED Workshop Series
This series will be offered in October. Each workshop will be held from 6 - 7 p.m. in the Hays Auditorium at the Main Library at 715 S Capitol Blvd.
Grow Our Housing: Keeping Boise Livable
October 9: This session provides an overview of the city's new Grow Our Housing strategy and offers attendees information on how to get involved with future efforts association with this initiative.
Housing Affordability in Boise
October 16: This workshop will explore the facts and figures of the affordable housing world, including a deep dive into the financing mechanisms available in our community.
Accessory Dwelling Units
October 23: Join us as we discuss Accessory Dwelling Units as a housing type that can allow homeowners to age-in-place, offer flexible rental options on their property and increase Boise's housing stock with minimal impact to neighborhoods.
Neighborhood Association Leadership Development Training
All Neighborhood Association board members are invited to attend this Leadership Development training opportunity. Workshops will be interactive, with information specific to the opportunities and challenges encountered by associations. All will be hosted at the Main Library (715 S Capitol Blvd) from 6 - 7 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided.
Volunteer Recruitment & Retention
January 9, 2020
Learn how to tackle one of the most challenging tasks for groups: attracting members, keeping them involved and creating a plan to truly engage them.
January 23, 2020
Learn about the key elements of community organizing and how it can address issues and create beneficial change.
Planning to Create Action
February 6, 2020
Learn how to create a workplan, identify resources and successfully move ideas into action.
Mapping Community Assets
February 20, 2020
Understand and identify human, social, infrastructural, cultural and economic resources in our neighborhoods as powerful tools for residents to create positive change.
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