Learn about community issues and how you can get involved
Civic Boot Camps offer participants in-depth perspectives from local leaders on critical local issues and inspiration to take action in their communities. Civic Boot Camps address the historical and current context of local and regional issues such as racial justice, homelessness, climate change, economic equity, healthcare, immigration and civil rights. (In 2020, Civic Boot Camps moved online due to Covid-19 precautions).
“This is a critical time in our history,
and we can’t be passengers in our own democracy.”
If you are a company that requires engagement as a lynchpin in your purpose as an organization, have your employees come and learn about the community and broaden their network.
– Tyler Quillin, Civic Boot Camp: Immigration and Livable Neighborhoods Alum
Attending Civic Boot Camp was a great opportunity for me to make connections in our community. By meeting staff from Immanuel Lutheran Church, I was later able to partner with them for a volunteer project related to their homeless program.
– Nadia Gandara, Volunteer Initiatives Manager at United Way of King County
In the age of issues, sometimes it is really important to take a step back and understand the basics, and really try to personalize what the issues are, with Civic Boot Camp.
– Sean Greenlee, Civic Boot Camp: Immigration Alum
Civic Boot Camp always brings together a unique blend of people from across the city both in terms of presenters and participants.
– Bryce Campbell, Civic Boot Camp: Immigration & Waterfront Alum
Civic Boot Camp Supporting Partner
To learn more about Civic Boot Camp, or to Schedule a private Civic Boot Camp for your organization, contact Jeff Carter, Program Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.682.7395 ext. 106.