1. MC MaL | Innovation and Problem Solving Resources

    This April, EPIP is highlighting the Measuring a Leader Innovation and Problem Solving Skills. Social change leaders: Think unconventionally while inspiring others to as well Solicit diverse perspectives to aid problem solving Analyze problems, create solutions and solve problems quickly Integrate new technology and data analysis into problem solving And can be demonstrated...

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  2. Webinar Recap: Social Justice Trends in New Media: How New Civil Rights Movements Take Shape

    Wednesday, March 18, 2015 EPIP Webinar| Social Justice Trends in New Media: How New Civil Rights Movements Take Shape Social Justice Trends in New Media: How New Civil Rights Movements Take Shape What takes places after the hashtag?  When you post your support in a comment or a 10 second...

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  3. EPIP in NOLA: Session Descriptions

    New Orleans :: Three Cases of Community Revitalization Ashley Bowden, Cool Culture Historically, economic development and the arts and culture have been perceived as mutually exclusive. More recent conversations around community revitalization have put them in conversation with one other. This session will highlight community revitalization initiatives that seek to...

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  4. Tips on Building a Career in Philanthropy

    By Stephen Alexander, Program Manger, Exponent Philanthropy For career-minded professionals working in philanthropy—whether in program or administrative roles at foundations, philanthropy support organizations, consulting firms, or academic centers—the field can be a difficult space to navigate. Career paths tend to be limited and unconventional, and, although funders are making great...

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  5. Webinar Recap: How Barbie Ate Science and Math Outcomes: Feminine Norms and STEM

    Wednesday, March 4, 2015 EPIP Webinar| How Barbie Ate Science and Math Outcomes: Feminine Norms and STEM  How Barbie Ate Science and Math Outcomes: Feminine Norms and STEM  How do gender norms impact educational choices? The causes of the lower participation of girls in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines...

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  6. MC MaL | Social Justice & Racial Analysis Resources

    This March, EPIP is highlighting the Measuring a Leader Social Justice and Racial Analysis Skills. Social change leaders: Embrace diversity based on race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability and age Understand the historical origins of long-standing structural problems Ensure equitable and just outcomes for all people And can be demonstrated by… Engaging in community-based organizations...

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  7. Webinar Recap: Police Accountability and Racial Justice: Sustaining a Movement

    Wednesday, February 18, 2015 EPIP Webinar | Police Accountability and Racial Justice: Sustaining a Movement  Police Accountability and Racial Justice: Sustaining a Movement The tragedies of Eric Garner, Mike Brown, John Crawford, Jessie Hernandez and others have ignited a national movement around police reform and racial justice. How can grassroots groups...

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