July 2018 Newsletter
The Mel King Institute for Community Building offers training and educational opportunities to help build just and inclusive communities. This newsletter contains MKI and partner trainings, upcoming conferences, educational opportunities, and resources for further exploration of the field.

Your 2018 Breakfast Recap:

Thank you to everyone who sponsored and joined us at the Mel King Institute Breakfast! It was a great morning filled with updates, testimonials, and poetry- not to mention the presentation of our annual video produced with the Transformative Culture Project. If you weren't able to make it, here are highlights of the morning:

A Special Thank You To Our Sponsors:
Founding Sponsors
LISC Boston
Featured Training

July 25
Boston, MA or Webinar

Confused about how to move forward with your community development career? In this workshop for entry-level community development professionals, volunteers and students, we will help participants reflect on positions they've had and how to work towards their career goals.

We will identify the kinds of jobs available and what skills people might need to build to meet their career goals. A panel of community development practitioners will share stories of their career paths and what they look for in new hires. 

Upcoming MKI Events
Join our Team!

The Mel King Institute for Community Building is looking for a candidate with the desire to serve in a two-year fellowship grounded in the Community Development field. The Fellow will coordinate the training curriculum and serve as a liaison to the MKI network of students, practitioners, instructors, and program partners. The Program Fellow’s role will be to staff the day-to-day operations of this professional education institute, which includes courses and a certificate program. 

Applications now open
for the Certificate Program!

The Mel King Institute Certificate offers a new way to engage with our programming through a more comprehensive experience. By taking a range of existing MKI courses, this program provides an overview of the basic skills, knowledge, and values that underlie the work of community development in Massachusetts. 

Certificate Program Graduate Colleen Fitzpatrick with Mel King
Partner Events
Other Resources