This training provides an introduction to the "hidden rules of class", language and communication, the framework for understanding poverty and how community organizations can help to bridge the gap with low-income individuals.
Learn the basic framework for understanding the culture of poverty and enable your organization and individuals to become more effective in addressing poverty issues in the community.
* Please note; space is limited so you must register to attend. Registration includes book.
No Walk-Ins please!
Please contact Lynette Warden at Think Tank Inc. if you have any questions:
phone: (937) 322-4970
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Think Tank, Inc.
Think Tank, Inc. exists to alleviate poverty by equipping communities to embrace mindsets and practices that restore the social fabric of society.
Think Tank, Inc. works with groups to generate creative solutions geared toward engaging and equipping individuals and organizations to alleviate poverty and strengthen community. We do this by offering training, customized coaching and connections through a learning exchange.
Think Tank,Inc.is a 501(c)3 organization and all donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Think Tank does not sell or share donor information with any other organization.