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Announcing the Collective Impact Peer Learning Lab: New Offering for Collective Impact Practitioners

Posted 15 days ago at 3:28 pm

The Collective Impact Forum is launching a new program – the “Collective Impact Peer Learning Lab” – to provide a curated peer learning experience across communities engaged in collective impact work. 

The goals of the Collective Impact Peer Learning Lab are to:

  • Facilitate ongoing peer learning across sites from different communities 
  • Enable participants at the 2020 Collective Impact Convening on May 6-8 in Minneapolis to meaningfully integrate their convening learning into their work back home 
  • Encourage collective impact initiatives to bring a larger and more diverse cohort of partners and community members to the convening than can typically afford to attend
  • Provide a vehicle for practitioners and funders to uplift their work and share their learnings on the national platform of the Collective Impact Forum 25,000 member community.

This program will enroll delegations from four communities, each with 8-10 participants per delegation, to participate in this peer learning journey. Launching in April 2020, the program includes:

  • Four webinars for learning lab participants;
  • Admission for delegation participants in the 2020 Collective Impact Convening;
  • Curated cross-delegation home teams organized by common role/issue area/stage of collective impact;
  • National visibility through a blog, webinar, or podcast interview through the Collective Impact Forum’s network.

The cost of participating in the Collective Impact Peer Learning Lab is $25,000 per delegation for the program outlined above, including up to 10 registrations for the 2020 Collective Impact Convening.

See attached for more details on the Collective Impact Peer Learning Lab. A limited number of delegation slots are available, so if you are interested please contact the Collective Impact Forum’s Robert Albright at Robert.Albright@collectiveimpactforum.org.

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