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Workshop for Park Groups: Learn How to Create Effective Group Structure

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

6:30 p.m.8:30 p.m.

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Partnerships Academy Workshops
Partnerships for Parks (PfP) invites you to join us at one of our many free and open to the public workshops offered year-round! They are a great way to meet, network, and learn the skills needed to get involved with, build, or sustain your park group.

Upcoming Workshop: Tune Up Your Group: Creating Effective Group Structure
Do you want to reach even more of your community park group’s goals in 2018? A key component of any successful group is organization – clarifying what you want to accomplish, and setting up your group to do so in the most effective way. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day work of your community park group and forget about the structural foundations that can make it run smoothly. Come to this workshop to reflect on how your group is organized and brainstorm ways to make it better. Learn from other community groups and discover ways to tweak the structure of your group to better reach your goals.

At this interactive workshop you will:

  • Determine your preferred teamwork style
  • Clarify your group’s vision, mission, and goals
  • Identify your group’s current structure and evaluate how well it is working
  • Develop next steps to improve your group’s structure and better achieve your goals

We hope you will come out and tune up your group! Get your group organized and structured for success so you can better support your park and community.

For more information or questions, please email

Please note: You can register to attend here.


Southbridge Towers
90 Beekman Street, Manhattan
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Community Room (follow signs from 100 Gold Street)



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