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Thursday, June 03, 2010
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Community-Based Social Marketing Workshop

Are you interested in turning your work on behalf of the community, your research, and your passion for sustainability into real community-wide behavior change? Please join us at Oberlin College on June 3-4 for a special two-day workshop with leading social psychologist Dr. Doug McKenzie-Mohr, PhD on Community-Based Social Marketing (CBSM). Dr. Mohr is the founder of CBSM and in his two-day workshop will take us from the basics of CBSM to application to your own programs and research. This workshop offers the rare opportunity for educators, civic leaders and administrators, activists, organizers, professionals, and citizens to learn how to cultivate actual behavior change on issues of sustainability.This workshop is sponsored by Oberlin College, the Great Lakes Protection Fund (GLPF), and POWER (Providing Oberlin With Efficiency Responsibly). Registration is available through POWER's website at http://www.oberlin.net/~power/workshop.A special note for employees of 501(c)3 non-profit organizations: you can attend this workshop (a $575 value) for just $300! Oberlin College students, faculty, and staff; participants in Oberlin's GLPF research project; and members of POWER can attend this two-day workshop for free. Space is limited, so register today! Registration ends Friday, May 21. Please find more information on specific conference details on the website. Feel free to spread the word and please do not hesitate to email conference coordinator Kristin Braziunas at power@oberlin.net with any questions.

Are you interested in turning your work on behalf of the community, your research, and your passion for sustainability into real community-wide behavior change? Please join us at Oberlin College on June 3-4 for a special two-day workshop with leading social psychologist Dr. Doug McKenzie-Mohr, PhD on Community-Based Social Marketing (CBSM). Dr. Mohr is the founder of CBSM and in his two-day workshop will take us from the basics of CBSM to application to your own programs and research. This workshop offers the rare opportunity for educators, civic leaders and administrators, activists, organizers, professionals, and citizens to learn how to cultivate actual behavior change on issues of sustainability.This workshop is sponsored by Oberlin College, the Great Lakes Protection Fund (GLPF), and POWER (Providing Oberlin With Efficiency Responsibly). Registration is available through POWER's website at http://www.oberlin.net/~power/workshop.A special note for employees of 501(c)3 non-profit organizations: you can attend this workshop (a $575 value) for just $300! Oberlin College students, faculty, and staff; participants in Oberlin's GLPF research project; and members of POWER can attend this two-day workshop for free. Space is limited, so register today! Registration ends Friday, May 21. Please find more information on specific conference details on the website. Feel free to spread the word and please do not hesitate to email conference coordinator Kristin Braziunas at power@oberlin.net with any questions.

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