"You don’t change the world with the ideas in your mind, but with the conviction in your heart." -Bryan Stevenson
P.S 305 is building leaders.
Sign-up for an upcoming training to learn more about how advocacy and organizing can change the world.
Advocacy & Organizing Fundamentals Training
The word "advocacy" is often used as a catch-all to describe many different activities. When done right, advocacy can lead to sustainable, systemic change in a city. But too often, organizations are just making things up as they go. P.S. 305 believes that advocacy is both an art and a science, and must be grounded in evidence-based methodologies. That is why we created our Advocacy & Organizing Fundamentals training. Whether you are already in the advocacy space or just have a curiosity about the concept, our training will give allow you to pursue a rigorous approach to advocacy and organizing. Email email@example.com to book.
P.S. 305 Parent Power Bootcamp
P.S. 305 is looking up to 15 parents/guardians to participate in an 8-week training program to maximize their leadership skills and impact, helping to improve Miami's schools and communities. This training will be offered in English and Spanish in the Spring of 2018.
Participants will be required to attend all meetings, which begin during the week of February 20 and end the week of April 17. English-language sessions will be on Tuesday nights from 6-8 PM, and Spanish-language sessions will be on Wednesdays from 9-11 AM. All trainings will be held at CIC Miami (1951 NW 7th Ave Suite 600, Miami, FL 33136).
Applications for the 2017-18 cohort have now closed. Please join our listserv to learn more about when future applications open.
P.S. 305 Teacher Policy Fellowship
Join educators from across Miami-Dade to learn about the people and policies that govern schools, as well as how to impact them. This fellowship builds a bridge between the statehouse and the schoolhouse, elevating teacher voice in the way decisions are made. Through this fellowship, teachers will get a chance to identify the role they want to play in making systemic change in the Miami community. Sessions will focus on: -The meaning of advocacy -Community organizing skills -Issue research -Approaches to leading systems -Local political context The fellowship involves 10 sessions which will be held on Thursdays nights from 5-7 PM at CIC Miami ((1951 NW 7th Ave Suite 600, Miami, FL 33136). Applications for the 2017-18 cohort have now closed. Please join our listserv to learn more about when future applications open.