Join student activists from across the state on October 19th-21st at Lago Linda Hideaway for a weekend of building grassroots power through workshops, trainings, planning for the coming year, good food and great company!
We will be camping at a beautiful wooded retreat area and all meals will be provided! Registered participants will receive a logistics packet including a packing list, emergency information, and detailed directions to the site.
The deadline to register is Monday, October 15th. (See link below)
7:45 Welcome and Overview
8:00 Story Circles
8:30 Hang Out
10:15 Welcome and Introductions
11:00 Another World Is Possible: Understanding the Just Transition Framework
12:15 Introduction to KSEC's Strategic Plan
2:15 Simultaneous Trainings: Recruitment or Working with the Media
3:00 Introducing Theatre of the Oppressed with Tay Schultz
6:45 Panel: Running Campaigns, featuring:
Grace Engelman Clean Energy Opportunity Act
Laura McAllister Divest UK
DeBraun Thomas Net Metering and Take Back Cheapside
Nick Koening EKU Green Fee
8:30 Hang Out
10:30 Training: Campaign Planning
12:45 Plugging into KSEC and Debrief
2:00 Witness Tour: Red River Gorge History Hike with Tyler Offerman from Homeplace Adventure Guides
Suggested $10-$20 donation covers part of the cost for lodging and food.
Our total cost per attendee is $50.
You can donate for Fall Summit here
--Western KY Community and Technical College--
April 4th and April 18th 11am-12:30pm
--Hazard Community and Technical College--
March 29th and TBA 2-3:30pm
Join us for this two-part workshop series to learn how to engage in the political system, get our voices heard, and work together to show that when it comes to our future we’re not apathetic. Together, we’ll de-mystify politics, learn new skills to talk about the issues that are important to us and stand together to make sure our elected officials and candidates know what we want them to do. Stay tuned for more details!
April 6th-8th 2018
This weekend will be a time to come together with other passionate youth activists from across the state to learn about the environmental issues in Kentucky, how we can build grassroots power to create meaningful change, and to plan on how we can support each other across the state.
The summit offers variety of workshops and trainings to make you a better equipped organizer and activist on your campus and in your community. This is a great opportunity for you to vent and brainstorm with others who are passionate about environmental and social justice issues!
If you have been meaning to get more involved with KSEC or activism in general? Well here's your chance!
Check out the Logistics Packet for up to date info: https://goo.gl/Whr9Pd.