JOIN A GROWING COMMUNITY OF LEADERS
Already one of our hundreds of alumni? Not interested in training but simply want to connect with other community builders to share and learn from one another in an online community of leaders just like you?
Inside "My Campus" you'll find discussions, tips and encouragement from other people who share your commitment to bettering your community.
a micro college built as a social enterprise to:
"facilitate active, creative, engaged communities by enhancing the ability of seasoned and aspiring leaders to work collectively to address complex community issues with transformative change.“
...because together we can ensure "communities without silos".
Why Community Building?
Communities get stronger when their leaders do. And, local leadership is stronger, more relevant, and responsive when business, government, and the voluntary sector work together for collective impact and comprehensive community transformation.
We’ve learned that communities get stronger when their leaders do. And, local leadership is stronger, more relevant, and responsive when business, government, and the voluntary sector work together for collective impact and comprehensive community transformation.
Campus News & Views
September 20, 2018
Today's workplaces are rarely straightforward. It is especially true of organizations that are ...September 20, 2018
Benches, trees, multi-modal transportation, and local food are a few of the suggestions in the ...September 19, 2018
This excellent thought-provoking article by Rosabeth Moss Kanter takes a look at innovation and ...
What People Are Saying
Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this course! I have richly benefited from the modules and learning opportunity. There is a part of me that is going to miss not having this as a regular part of my work as it was a great opportunity to refocus on what and why I do what I do. Thank you doesn’t seem enough, but I hope to demonstrate my gratitude by what is accomplished in this community.
Our communities need learners to go out and promote their beliefs and to shape their concepts of a society. I believe this is what the Campus for Communities' training seeks to do---not teach but rather to get us out the door so we work our ideas, albeit many of them sewn by you...
This learning experience is really kick starting some great initiatives and community development planning. We are getting as much for the community as people are getting for themselves taking the courses. You are really doing great work!