Creating Connections

Building Community Partnerships

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This expansive training is designed for any non-profit professional looking to build connections and partnerships in their community.

Training objectives:

By the end of this training you will be able to:

-Strategize and leverage partnerships using the 20-60-20 model

-Identify relationship dynamics with organizations in opposition

-Enhance relationships with already supportive organizations

-Identify potential middle ground organizations

-Develop strategies for engagement with middle ground organizations

-Identify skills necessary for lasting partnerships

-Create next steps for engagement in your community

Start your journey to effective and lasting partnerships here!

Your Instructor

Emily Gillon
Emily Gillon

Emily Miller is the Director of Training at EyesOpenIowa, the state-wide leader in Iowa for adolescent sexual health. Emily oversees the Eyes Open Academy and Sexual Health Educator Certification Program, training educators, other professionals, parents and caregivers, and advocates of all ages on a wide variety of topics and curricula. She also travels across the country training sexual health educators and trainers on sex education best practices and skill development. Prior to her work as a trainer, Emily implemented sex education in classrooms and colleges across Iowa. Outside of training rooms, Emily partners with local faith communities to encourage and facilitate sex education and resources.

Course Curriculum

  Identifying Community Partners
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  Making Partnerships Last
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