How to recruit leaders and volunteers for your cause

March 10, 2015

This is a webinar to explore best practices for recruiting coalition members, facilitators, and participants for your dialogue and action work. We'll talk about how to get started, how to recruit groups that are hard to reach, and 10 tips for recruiting new leaders. Join this webinar to get some great tips on getting people to sign up for your cause!


Webinar details:

Join us for a webinar on recruiting new leaders and volunteers

Join us for a recruiting webinar on April 9 at 4pm ET.

What: Tips and advice on recruiting new leaders and volunteers for your dialogue and action efforts

When: Thursday, April 9 at 4pm ET

Presenter: Janee Woods Weber, Program Officer for Everyday Democracy

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A little bit of information about Everyday Democracy:

We help communities build their own capacity for inclusive dialogue and positive change. Our ultimate aim is to create a national civic infrastructure that supports and values everyone’s voice and participation.

Because structural racism and other structural inequities affect communities everywhere, we help community groups use an “equity lens” in every phase of dialogue and change – coalition building, messaging, recruitment, issue framing, facilitation, and linking the results of their dialogues to action and change. We provide advice, training and flexible how-to resources on a wide range of issues – including poverty, racial equity, education, building strong neighborhoods, community-police relations, violence, early childhood, and community planning.   

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Dialogue to Change

Our ultimate goal is to create positive community change that includes everyone, and our tools, advice, and resources foster that kind of change. Whether you’re grappling with a divisive community issue, or simply want to include residents’ voices in city government, Everyday Democracy's Dialogue to Change process, using a racial equity lens, can help.