The Communities Collaborating Institute (CCI), Tamarack’s signature, week-long learning event, provides a unique opportunity to join a dynamic learning community of practitioners who desire new ways to lead, engage and transform their communities and then accelerate impact by linking local efforts to provincial, state and national agendas.
The 2013 Communities Collaborating Institute: Accelerating Impact is geared specifically for those wanting to strengthen their capacity to create large-scale, community-wide impact – linked to provincial/state or national agendas. Please browse this web section to learn more about this event and how you can become a member of this dynamic Learning Community from October 7-11, 2013 in Edmonton Alberta.
Please note that this event is now at capacity. We do expect more seats to open up so please join the waiting list.
Do you want to enhance your capacity to accelerate impact and affect large-scale social change? If so, register early to ensure your place! Learn more.
Engage, and be inspired by, these renowned thought-leaders on collaboration and community innovation. Learn more.
Join us for a week of inspiration, connection, knowledge and tools to engage and mobilize your community to tackle complex issues. Our program continues to evolve but here's a peek at our program. Learn more.
Become a member of this powerful learning community of collaborative leaders who are becoming a connected force for social change. Learn more.
COST & LOGISTICS
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The Institute is designed for those who:
Work on complex issues such as community health and well-being, poverty reduction, environmental sustainability, neighborhood revitalization, crime prevention, local food systems, youth or aboriginal engagement and other collaborative ideas.
Are eager to accelerate the impact of your community change initiative and align it to provincial, state or national agendas.
Are policy makers or key supporters of collaborative work: including businesses; funders; national, provincial or regional governments; and intermediary organizations.
Manage or volunteer with a collaborative initiative or roundtable.
Are contemplating the start-up or renewal of a collaboration.