EPIC-Network Call: Resident Engagement with Project Topics and Findings – How do we engage the broader community?
Featured Facilitator: Maria Dahmus
May 6, 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm CT
Last summer, EPIC-N and its member programs committed to new levels of action to support the liberation of people oppressed by systematic racism and other discrimination.
During this EPIC-Network Call, Maria Dahmus, the Program Director of the Sustainable Communities Partnership at the University of St. Thomas, will facilitate a conversation with attendees to uncover new strategies to engage residents at the project level. Attendees should prepare to discuss their current practices, ideas, and/or shortcomings with the full group.
Following open discussion, EPIC-N leaders will share some important event and resource announcements.
This EPIC-Network Call will be recorded. Once ready, the recording will be posted in the EPIC-N Member Commons.
More about the EPIC-Network Call Series
The main goal of this call is to connect. As part of the EPIC-Network Call series, individual members volunteer to present and/or facilitate conversations on subjects they find crucial to the success of some aspect of the EPIC Model, program management, or other topics. Notes are taken and shared with anyone who RSVPs “Yes”, “Maybe” or “No” to the event. Calls are sometimes recorded and shared in the EPIC-N Member Commons and sometimes on the EPIC-Network YouTube Channel.
This call is part of the EPIC-Network Call series which is open to anyone looking to start, support, and/or improve an EPIC program. The audience of the call may change slightly from month to month. The RSVP form will note which audience is of focus for each call. Organizers use Zoom conference and video call software to connect parties. Click here for more information about the monthly EPIC-Network Call.