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NDTC 2012 Registration Packet

  1. 1. Neighborhood Development Training Conference ◊ Saturday September 29, 2012 ◊ 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM"Engaging Community in Learning , Service and Leadership" Saturday, September 29 , 2012 San José State University Engineering Building Auditorium and Clark Hall 8:00 - 8:45 AM - Registration & Light Breakfast 9:00 - 9:15 AM - Orientation Session 9:30 - 10:30 AM - Workshops 10:45 - 11:45 AM - Workshops 12:00- 1:45 PM - Luncheon & Resource Fair, Keynote Speaker & BRICC Awards 2:00 - 3:00 PM - Workshops 3:15 - 4:15 PM - Workshops 4:30 - 5:00 PM - Mini Grant Awards and Closing Session Registration Deadline: Friday, September 21, 2012 Advance Registration: $10 Per Person ($20 at the Door) TO REGISTER: 1. Electronically: Constant Contact Invite Note: Electronic Registration is a two-step process. Please make sure to sign up for workshops through the link provided on the Constant Contact Invite. 2. Mail: 1156 North Fourth Street, San Jose, CA 95112 Note: Print the page 5 of this packet, fill it with your information and check the workshop options of your choice. Mail form to the above address. Please include your check or money order. 1
  2. 2. Neighborhood Development Training Conference ◊ Saturday September 29, 2012 ◊ 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday, September 29, 2012 ◊ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Workshops Options Select four workshops from the following options (All workshops are eligible for San Jose CAP Grant Cycle 26)NDTC 101A - Great Neighborhoods: Every Voice EngagedNDTC 101B - Great Neighborhoods: Every Voice Engaged (Part 2)NDTC 102 - Silicon Valley Energy WatchNDTC 103 - Financial Capacity BuildingNDTC 104 – CommUniverCity: Engaging Residents through Service-LearningNDTC 105 - NEWater? Recycling Gives Water a Second Chance!NDTC 106 - Garden to Table: Grow, Harvest, ShareNDTC 107 - Neighborhood Association Best PracticesNDTC 108 - Problem Properties, Landlords and Tenants in Your Neighborhood?NDTC 109 - Practical Solutions for Public SafetyNDTC 110 - Housing Action Coalitions: Strengthening Your VoiceNDTC 111 - PACT - People Acting in Community TogetherNDTC 112 - Neighborhood Leadership DevelopmentNDTC 113 - Safe Families, Safe NeighborhoodsNDTC 114 - Neighborhood Communication Skills and ToolsNDTC 115 - College Youth in Service to CommunitiesNDTC 116 - Voting Matters in NeighborhoodsEveryone is welcome to attend the conference. However, those wishing to apply for aSan Jose Cycle 26 CAP grant MUST attend NDTC 101A, 101B, and the closing session (3neighborhood association members minimum) in order to qualify. Please sign up foronly two additional workshops. Registration Deadline: Friday, September 21, 2012 2
  3. 3. Neighborhood Development Training Conference ◊ Saturday September 29, 2012 ◊ 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMNDTC 101A - Great Neighborhoods: Every Voice Engaged Every Voice Engaged Foundation will be conducting a two-session workshop to assist San Jose Neighborhood Associations in identifying potential safety, beautification, and other projects for their neighborhood. Everyone is welcome to attend the conference. However, those wishing to apply for a San Jose Cycle 26 CAP grant MUST attend NDTC 101A, 101B, and the closing session (3 neighborhood association members minimum) in order to qualify. Please sign up for only two additional workshops.NDTC 101B - Great Neighborhoods: Every Voice Engaged (Part 2) The second session will prioritize ideas and select one to apply for a City of San Jose mini- grant. Every Voice Engaged facilitators will provide hands-on assistance with completing applications for approval the same day. Everyone is welcome to attend the conference. However, those wishing to apply for a San Jose Cycle 26 CAP grant MUST attend NDTC 101A, 101B, and the closing session (3 neighborhood association members minimum) in order to qualify. Please sign up for only two additional workshops.NDTC 102 - Silicon Valley Energy Watch Energy resources available to all County residents and businesses through working partnerships, plus an overview of how to make your home energy sustainable and energy efficient.NDTC 103 - Financial Capacity Building Lending industry leaders will present the latest tools available for neighborhood leaders to increase their capacities to effectively manage their financial futures and assist others with budgeting, credit and debt management, and homeownership.NDTC 104 - CommUniverCity: Engaging Residents through Service-Learning Learn how CommUniverCity is working with the neighborhoods surrounding San José State University and other stakeholders in building community by engaging residents and students in service learning projects that accomplish neighborhood-driven goals.NDTC 105 - NEWater? Recycling Gives Water a Second Chance! Silicon Valleys new Advanced Water Purification Center provides for tomorrows sustainable drinking water supply- see what NEWater is and how it happens.NDTC 106 - Garden to Table: Grow, Harvest, Share This workshop will teach the basics of organizing neighborhood gardens and a community fruit tree sharing program. Learn how to engage homeowners, apartment owners and renters in growing produce, providing locally harvested food to those in need, increasing social interaction and experiencing the rewards of gardening and responsible Earth stewardship.NDTC 107 - Neighborhood Association Best Practices Learn and discuss “Best Practices” in improving your neighborhood association and member participation/ performance from two different leadership group perspectives.NDTC 108 - Problem Properties, Landlords and Tenants in Your Neighborhood? Join United Neighborhoods and Neighborhood Housing Services for an opportunity to see how the Responsible Landlords Engagement Initiative (RLEI) can - and has provided help with proven solutions. 3
  4. 4. Neighborhood Development Training Conference ◊ Saturday September 29, 2012 ◊ 8:00 AM – 5:00 PMNDTC 109 - Practical Solutions for Public Safety Do you feel your neighborhood is safe? Learn how to use basic tools available to make your neighborhood the place you want to live.NDTC 110 - Housing Actions Coalitions: Strengthening Your Voice How a group of residents can become a powerful united voice persuading developers to say YES!NDTC 111 - PACT: People Acting in Community Together PACT is a multi-ethnic, interfaith organization that empowers everyday people. You can learn how to work together, act together and move to action together. You will learn the ABCs of how residents can work together as a grassroots community effectively using participation, inspiring hope, creating change.NDTC 112 - Neighborhood Leadership Development What does it mean to be a community leader? What responsibilities do they have and what challenges do we face today? This workshop will share some of the values, qualities, and skills of effective leaders.NDTC 113 - Safe Families: Resources to Prevent Family Violence When families aren’t safe, they can’t provide a refuge from the challenges that children and youth face. Creating safe families needs to be supported by our communities. Developing strong relationships by supporting strong families needs to be our highest priority. This workshop will share information about family violence, how common it is and resources available to help.NDTC 114 - Neighborhood Communication Skills and Tools Sharpen writing, photo, web and communication skills and learn how to create a free and private neighborhood social networking site through www.nextdoor.com and connect to a community news and resource site, www.neighborwebsj.com.NDTC 115 - College Youth in Service to Communities College students can be a valuable resource for your community. Learn from faculty and students themselves what services they provide, what involvement they prefer, and why they serve. Learn the access points and the language of student “community service learning” at high school and college levels. Address challenges, expectations, and questions of student engagement.NDTC 116 - Voting Matters in Neighborhoods The American Leadership Group and League of Women Voters will educate and lead a discussion on November Election ballot issues affecting you, your neighborhood and your state. For further assistance with registration, please contact Diana Ramirez Email: dramirez@nhssv.org Phone: (408) 579-6555 Fax: (408) 579-4100 4
  5. 5. ONLY FOR MAIL-IN REGISTRATION. Please print, fill and mail form with check to: Neighborhood Development Training Conference ◊ Saturday September 29, 2012 ◊ 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM NDTC Registration, 1156 North Four Street, San Jose, CA 95112Name:_________________________________________________Email: _________________________________________________Address:_______________________________________________Phone :________________________________________________Neighborhood Association:________________________________ Check four workshops from the following options (All workshops are eligible for San Jose CAP Grant Cycle 26)Note: If you wish to apply for a San Jose Cycle 26 CAP grant, you MUST attend NDTC 101A,101B, and the closing session in order to qualify. Please sign up for only two additionalworkshops. (Three neighborhood association members minimum to qualify)□ NDTC 101A - Great Neighborhoods: Every Voice Engaged□ NDTC 101B - Great Neighborhoods: Every Voice Engaged (Part 2)□ NDTC 102 - Silicon Valley Energy Watch□ NDTC 103 - Financial Capacity Building□ NDTC 104 - CommUniverCity: Engaging Residents through Service-Learning□ NDTC 105 - NEWater? Recycling Gives Water a Second Chance!□ NDTC 106 - Garden to Table: Grow, Harvest, Share□ NDTC 107 - Neighborhood Association Best Practices□ NDTC 108 - Problem Properties, Landlords and Tenants in Your Neighborhood?□ NDTC 109 - Practical Solutions for Public Safety□ NDTC 110 - Housing Action Coalitions: Strengthening Your Voice□ NDTC 111 - PACT - People Acting in Community Together□ NDTC 112 - Neighborhood Leadership Development□ NDTC 113 - Safe Families, Safe Neighborhoods□ NDTC 114 - Neighborhood Communication Skills and Tools□ NDTC 115 - College Youth in Service to Communities□ NDTC 116 - Voting Matters in Neighborhoods 5

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