part 2 WORKSHOP SERIES & RATES
upcoming Session Titles:
Wednesdays at 3 pm Eastern Time
Youth Program Design - November 18
Presenters: Ariel Taylor, Xia Rondeau
In this workshop, Xia and Ariel will cover the history, evolution, and best practices of Youth Program Design. Youth creators have always challenged us to rethink the way we view and interpret media. But how do we design programs that teach young people media skills, community building and critical thought processes? In this workshop, the presenters hope to share some tips on running, maintaining and succeeding in youth program design for community media stations.
FULL WORKSHOP SERIES: $125 MEMBERS
INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS: $60
Small Operations - September 16, 2020
Presenters: Jon Funfar & Alan Luckett
This session will focus on the philosophy of working in a small shop from two perspectives and two different types of operations. Jon and Alan will share resources and equipment that makes it easier to do your job. They will also speak on the challenges of being in the role of a one person shop and tips to help with production.
Better Boards- September 30, 2020
Presenters: Gretchjen Clausing & Susan Malone
Earned Income Solutions- October 14, 2020
Presenters: Dana Healy, John Lugton, Bobby Chastain
Community Partnerships in Times of Trauma and Beyond - October 21, 2020
Tyrone Copeland, Youth Education Manager, BRIC
Bianca Rhodes, Production Manager, Saint Paul Neighborhood Network
Bonnie Schumacher, Associate Director, Saint Paul Neighborhood Network
Julie Slotnik Sturm, Associate Director of Partnership, BRIC
Building Community in a Virtual World - October 28
Presenters: Nia I'Man Smith & Jessica Sucher
In the Pre-COVID era, our community building strategies were rooted in face-to-face gatherings: sharing food, space, time, and energy while collaborating on art-making and cultural organizing. When everything changed, how did our community-building programs change with it? Leaning in to the connective powers of technology and media, while re-discovering the power of the basic phone call, has helped find some answers. Together in this workshop, we will share some case studies from BRIC's Community Engagement programs, while posing questions to help us learn from one another.
Personnel Practice - November 4
Presenters: Matt Schuster & Karen George
Go beyond the legal requirements and explore what it takes to lead people involved with your organization to fulfill your mission requirements. This workshop will explore establishing a culture, working with organizational leadership, how your daily practices reflect your values, and how to keep everyone moving forward to meet a strategic vision. We'll talk about success stories and learnings from working with teams to give you ideas on how to keep your teams moving forward during uncertain and changing times.