Certified Advocate Zette Harbour presents her community practicum, San Luis Obispo, California U.S.A.
The Caring Economy Advocates Program
Cohort starts May 18, 2017
3-session cohort meets on Thursdays:
May 18 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific
May 25 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific
June 10 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific
Course fee: $175
Limited scholarships available
Course fee: $175
Register by May 11 and receive a $20 earlybird discount. Code: serene
Introductory webinar May 9, 2017
Learn more about this popular program: join Riane Eisler and Sara Saltee on May 9, 2017, 11am-noon Pacific for special introductory webinar. We'll share success stories of program Alumni who are hosting caring economy and partnership events at conferences, schools, communities of faith, and living rooms.
Bring your curiosity and your questions about the program.
Your $20 donation supports Caring Economy program leaders and our scholarship fund. You may choose to opt out of the donation using the code 'enjoy' when you register
The Caring Economy Advocates Program is for individuals who want to become effective advocates for a caring economy within their circles of influence, the CAP program provides the language, tools, and experience you need to step confidently into leadership as a local ambassador of the caring economy campaign.
Unlike other online classes, the CAP program is designed to support real human connections not only with your cohort-mates, but also with your local community and with our extended global network of program graduates. Small class sizes, expert facilitation, and our easy-to-use online discussion space create rich opportunities for discussion, networking, and resource sharing with passionate change makers from around the world.
As a CAP graduate, you will join over 200 leaders in 17 countries who have the tools, the language, and the confidence they need to speak out for a saner, more practical economic system- one that connects the dots between care and prosperity and acknowledges that the work of caring for people and the planet is the essential foundation of economic success.
About the Program
The Caring Economy Advocates Program is a 3-session online certification course in which participants engage deeply with the principles of a Caring Economy, share stories with other leaders from around the world, acquire or expand valuable presentation and facilitation skills, and increase their confidence in speaking about the vital economic role of care and care giving.
Caring Economy Advocates are coaches, educators, business leaders, policy makers, community activists, parents, spiritual leaders, writers and filmmakers. With the tools provided by the program, Advocates invite audiences to take local action to make the work of caring and caregiving more visible and valued.
Class Time Commitment
Participants in the Caring Economy Advocates Program are sincere, dedicated community leaders and change agents, working with us to gain the tools, focus, language and resources to make a difference as certified Conversation Leaders. We request that cohort members commit to attending all class sessions to the best of their ability. Our cohort meets online weekly, each class building on the learning, trust and group coherence of the week before. Participants take time to prepare before the first class, they take part in weekly in-class sessions, offline study and research, and design and complete a live Practicum event between sessions 4 and 5.
Each week, you can expect to spend 4-8 hours:
2 to 2.5 hours in live class session
30 – 60 minutes reading
30 – 60 minutes participating in the weekly online discussion board
1 – 3 hours planning, preparing, and delivering your practicum project
See the Advocates Program Information Packet for more information.
- An extensive toolkit, facilitation guides and slide presentations
- A community Practicum experience
- Membership in an active global Alumni Community
- Opportunities for live discussion with Riane Eisler
- Meet incredible community leaders from around the country and around the world
After Completing the Program
Once they become certified Caring Economy Advocates, our program graduates create ongoing opportunities to share the Caring Economy conversation with others through community presentations, educational curriculum, study groups, teaching and writing, and they find ways to integrate the principles of Caring Economics into their work and their activism.
Questions? Email Ann at email@example.com.
Caring Economy Advocates are changing the conversation, and changing the world.
“I would recommend The Caring Economy Advocates Program to everyone seeking to make change in their communities. Caring Economics sets a clear path for success and the more individuals talking about it, the better chances we have of creating a better tomorrow.”
Kate Daniels KurzExecutive Editor of The Women’s International Perspective, California, USA
“I now have the confidence to ask challenging questions and share this information. I have access to amazing resources, the wisdom of the cohort leaders, and a supportive community of like-minded people. I am inspired to see what I can do to improve the world and my local community.”
Tara WernsingProfessor of Leadership Development at Instituto de Empresa Business School, Madrid, Spain
“The Practicum gave me courage to continue with this conversation. It proved that it is practical, it is real. It is the missing gem in our society today.”
Timothy GachangaEducator and community activist, Nairobi, Kenya
“The domination/partnership framework is a powerful lens for analyzing social, cultural, economic and political issues.”
Daniel HallWest coast Director of Peace and Community relations for the Soka Gakkai International- USA Buddhist Association
“I loved linking up with like-minded passionate people, and having direct access to listen, talk with, and be en- couraged by Dr Eisler.”
Karen OehmeAuthor and community activist, Nottingham, England
Advocates in Action
Caring Economy Advocates present their community practicums around the world
The Partnership Learning Community
Connect with Alumni Worldwide
The Partnership Learning Community is the growing online community hub of the Center for Partnership Studies’ Leadership and Learning Programs. To date, there are close to 400 graduates of the Changing Our Story and the Caring Economy Advocates Program in 18 countries.
In the PLC, alumni and current course participants access resources and materials related to their learning. Community members can network with one another, contribute to the Blog and Forum, and share news and updates on their activities related to the partnership and caring economy movements.
Young Leaders Program
The Partnership Next Generation Summit met in June, 2016
Caring Economy Advocate Anjali Devakumar with the American High School Caring Economy Club, Fremont, California U.S.A.
About the Program
The Young Leaders Program (YLP), a multi-session online certification course, prepares young leaders globally age 16-25 to become leaders of an emerging partnership system, and to speak up for a humane, caring and sustainable economy. Cohort participants gain the confidence to offer presentations and facilitate dialogs wherever their activism takes them — from living rooms to classrooms, to community gatherings and conferences.
Course fee: Sliding scale $0-$125
Questions? Email Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants in the Young Leaders Program
- Build confidence in speaking up for a humane, sustainable economy
- Connect with incredible young people from around the world
- Add value to their community with a new framework for social change
- Strengthen their presentation and facilitation skills
- Join a powerful and growing alumni community of Certified Leaders taking action around the world
“I feel like I gained a lot of confidence, and I’m more ready to question things that aren’t working rather than just accept them as a way of life.”
Cassandra BicakciYoung Leaders Program 2013 California, USA
“I am so grateful to have been a part of the first Cohort for Young Leaders. Engaging with such wonderful people from around the world and receiving guidance from such amazing Cohort facilitators has truly been a blessing!”