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PACE Students Learn about Sustaining Involvement

The  2013-2014 PACE participants are getting ready to graduate! Last week’s session on Sustaining Involvement was the last of their 8-month journey to gain skills in leadership and organizing. The 26 participants have completed six community projects throughout the city and have attended eight skill-building sessions. Sustaining Involvement focused on these questions:


PACE Participants Learn About Meeting Facilitation at January Workshop

This month, PACE facilitators and participants explored the art and skill of meeting facilitation. Several alternative meeting formats were introduced, including design charrettes and the World Café model. Participants learned about World Café’s conversational process, and its potential to build relationships and grow and sustain community groups. Participants are looking forward to


Free PACE Seminar Tuesday, February 11

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ PACE Program presents “Creating Networks That Thrive,” a free seminar on Tuesday, February 11 at Seattle University Administration Building, Rm. 307 from 6:00 -8:00 p.m. Join Karma Ruder from the Center for Ethical Leadership as she discusses ways that relational networking enhances community organizations and coalitions for the


Neighborhood Park and Street Fund Application Deadline Approaching!

Don't miss your chance to get funding to improve a sidewalk, park or street in your neighborhood!  February 3 is the deadline to apply to this year's Neighborhood Park and Street Fund.  To learn more and download an application, click here.


PACE Participants Learn About Inclusive Outreach and Public Engagement at December Workshop

This month, PACE facilitators helped participants discuss their own experiences with power, understand the impact of inequity, and learn about some of the ways Seattle is working to change outcomes. The emerging leaders in PACE were given the opportunity to review many of the techniques found in the Inclusive Outreach and Public


Neighborhood Park and Street Fund now Accepting Applications

Deadline is February 3.  Click here to read more.


Our Neighborhood District Coordinators: New Face and Changes

[caption id="attachment_3878" align="alignright" width="300"] Laurie Ames[/caption] We are pleased to announce a new Neighborhood District Coordinator to the Central Region. Laurie Ames, whom many of you know, will be joining the team beginning Jan. 2. Laurie has worked at DoN since 1991 and has served in a variety of leadership capacities, the


Job Opportunity with Seattle Department of Neighborhoods: Be a part of engaging Seattle’s neighborhoods

Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has an opening for a Neighborhood District Coordinator. This full-time regular position is responsible for advising community organizations in interpreting and responding to City policies and providing support to community organizations, community councils, neighborhood associations, and neighborhood district councils. Neighborhood District Coordinators also serve as a communication conduit


PACE 2013-2014 is off to an exciting start!

Last week 36th District Rep. Gael Tarleton, City Councilmember Sally Clark, and former CNC Chair Chas Redmond provided hot tips on accessing government, led small group discussions on barriers to involvement, and guided groups through case studies where change happened through community-government partnerships. Councilmember Clark, with the help of participants, developed a


The 2013-14 PACE is now in session!

Well, it is finally here!  The People’s Academy for Community Engagement (PACE) kicked off its second year on September 11. At this orientation, the 26 PACE participants were welcomed aboard by Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Director Bernie Matsuno, Councilmember Sally Bagshaw, and former DON Director, Jim Diers, as well as Neighborhood District