Are you retired and looking for another way to utilize your skills? Are you in between careers and searching for a different direction to take? Regardless of what stage you're at in life, if you want an opportunity to retool skills, obtain training, or explore new options, join us for "Passion," the second class in the Next Chapter series. Take a step back and learn more about yourself and envision your ideal next chapter.
The class focuses on how to:
- Understand a framework for discovering your passions.
- Break out of the bounds of reality and really dream big.
- Receive feedback from others about your greatest strengths and share the clues you discover about them.
Each individual session is $35. Payment may be processed online by clicking here or by calling the Volunteer Center at 360.455.0220. Register for the workshop by clicking here. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarships are also available.
Next Chapter is a program of the Volunteer Center of Lewis, Mason, and Thurston Counties in collaboration with Centerpoint Institute and NonProfit Solutions NW.
This Saturday (1/19): a very engaging workshop... okay to just "show up"
The Philosophy of Nonviolence - a Strategy for Complete Freedom from Oppression
A special MLK workshop. Explore the philosophy of nonviolence as Mahatma Gandhi worked it out. Dare to live by the fundamental principles that he put into practice and learn to be truly free. To live by them is to throw off all oppression, internal and external, regardless of the situation.Work through these principles in depth in the morning, and explore how we can apply them in our lives in the afternoon. It is a challenge worthy of our potential. With Rod Davis, Ph.D.
Saturday, Jan. 19, 9:30 AM to 4 PM, at The United Churches (downstairs in the Purple Room), corner of Capitol Blvd. and 11th Ave. in Olympia, Sliding Scale Fee: $25 - $100/person