Bridges Out of Poverty Training

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Bridges Out of Poverty workshops help employers, community organizations, social service agencies, and individuals address and reduce poverty in a comprehensive way. Bridges brings people from all sectors and economic classes together to improve job retention rates, build resources, improve outcomes, and support those who are moving out of poverty.

Who Should Attend:
System thinkers and community leaders from all sectors. Directors, managers, CEOs, superintendents representing , non-profit, for profit, government officials AND anyone who seeks a better understanding of generational poverty and potentially to provide leadership. 

When
Wednesday, September 9   10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
and
Thursday, September 10  9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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Where
Grand Williston Hotel
3601 2nd Avenue West
Williston, ND 58801

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Registration Information

Early Bird Registration by August 15, 2015 – $50.00
After August 15, 2015 – $75.00
Group Discount: Register 4 members as a group and bring a 5th member free!

The registration fee covers snacks, and lunches both days, workbook, training manual, and the training. Registrations are non-refundable.

Registration options: Register online by clicking the Register Now! Button below and pay by check or by credit card using Paypal’s secure system.

Or download the registration form (pdf) and mail it, along with your check to Katie Peterson, Out In Faith, 219 1st Ave. W., Williston, ND 58801. PLEASE MAKE ALL CHECKS PAYABLE TO OUT IN FAITH, in the memo section mark for Bridges out of Poverty training.Register Now Button

Hosts: Williston Resource Group.

Contacts
Katie Peterson
Out in Faith Ministries
(906) 630-1519(906) 630-1519
ktpete@gmail.com

Lynea Geinert
Community Connections of Williston
(701) 713-6783(701) 713-6783
communityconnectionswilliston@outlook.com

Training Facilitator:  Michael Dames, Author and Consultant

Michael Dames of Harrisburg, North Carolina received a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and earned Master of Science degrees in both special education and school administration.

He started his career in corporate America and worked in marketing for 13 years. He has been a professional educator since 1995. Dames started his career in education serving as a behavior specialist. Dames has served as a special education teacher at the elementary and middle school levels. He has also served as a high school administrator. Dames also served as a case manager in the area of mental health. Dames is currently the director for HOPE worldwide Charlotte. This organization’s goal is to improve the lives of people in poverty. The Charlotte chapter has several Unique components. It is introducing sustainable programs that teach organizations how to build Intentional relationships across economic lines. It helps people learn how to build resources and increase their social capital. Most importantly it teaches people how to transition out of poverty. Working for Dr. Payne has been a great experience for Dames. He is a living example of an individual who grew up in situational poverty in a single parent household who successfully transitioned out of poverty.

Dames is consulting with various schools and human service providers in his community and across the nation to embed the Bridges and Framework constructs into their organizations. He is committed to helping community and school leaders design programs that create effective schools and sustainable communities and help people transition out of poverty. Dames has enjoyed communicating the message of aha! Process as a consultant since 2003. His passion is working with organizations in “education” and the “human services” business. His gratification comes from helping people from all economic classes gain the skills to learn and be able to better interact, serve, and relate to one another.

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