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Date:
January 26, 2019
Time:
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location:
Boulevard Heights Community Center
Address:
6770 Garfield Street
Hollywood, FL 33024
Email:
Cost:
Free
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Mission Possible Boot Camp "Train Hard or Go Home" Workshop Series- 1st Mission "Gather Intel"

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Please mark your calendars for January 26, February 23, March 23 and April 27 of 2019 for the City of Hollywood’s “Mission Possible Boot Camp”, which is a free workshop series. The workshops will be held at the Boulevard Heights Community Center at 6770 Garfield St., in Hollywood, from 9:30 AM- 12:30 PM. This workshop series will provide hands-on leadership training that emphasizes community building principles and strategies, project planning, organizational leadership and management practices, as well as personal leadership skills. Workshop participants may consist of civic and neighborhood association members, community leaders, resident volunteers, community-based organization staff, business owners, local government staff, and municipal elected officials. Participants who engage in the entire workshop series will receive a certificate.

Please mark your calendars for January 26, February 23, March 23 and April 27 of 2019 for the City of Hollywood’s “Mission Possible Boot Camp”, which is a free workshop series. The workshops will be held at the Boulevard Heights Community Center at 6770 Garfield St., in Hollywood, from 9:30 AM- 12:30 PM. 

This workshop series will provide hands-on leadership training that emphasizes community building principles and strategies, project planning, organizational leadership and management practices, as well as personal leadership skills.

Civic and neighborhood associations are organizations whose official goal is to improve neighborhoods through volunteer work by its members. School Administrations/PTA, Religious Institutions & Affiliated Groups, Scout Groups, Lodges & Fraternal Organizations, Local Businesses, Local Professionals, Ethnic Organizations, Local Politicians, Neighbors, Seniors, Child Care Providers, Newspaper Editors, Non-Profit Organizations, etc. and neighborhoods inherently support each other and are interdependent in many ways. This workshop series is an opportunity to expand your social/business/volunteer network and develop your organizational structure, while obtaining valuable tools and skills to help maintain and improve the City’s livability and attractiveness to businesses, residents and visitors. 

Workshop participants may consist of civic and neighborhood association members, community leaders, resident volunteers, community-based organization staff, business owners, local government staff, and municipal elected officials. Participants who engage in the entire workshop series will receive a certificate.

*Due to the capacity and availability, the Boulevard Heights Community was selected for this series. Future workshops may be held at other locations in the City.