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Location
1122 E. Pike Street#583
#583
Seattle
Washington
98122
United States
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name:sector-key:Non-Profit or Non Governmental
General Issues
Governance & Political Institutions

ORGANIZATION

Citizen University

1 de mayo de 2019 Scott Fletcher Bowlsby
21 de julio de 2017 hannokp
7 de diciembre de 2016 hannokp
Location
1122 E. Pike Street#583
#583
Seattle
Washington
98122
United States
Sector
name:sector-key:Non-Profit or Non Governmental
General Issues
Governance & Political Institutions

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Mission and Purpose

Citizen University is an American non-profit dedicated to the development of civic culture and responsible citizenship. Their goal is to initiate civic revival through public education in the tools of civic power and framing citizens as the 'problem-solvers' and ultimate drivers of self-governance.[1] 

Origins and Development 

Organizational Structure, Membership, and Funding

Specializations, Methods and Tools

Major Projects and Events

Citizen University organizes a number of recurring projects and events. 

Civic Saturday: a gathering of friends and strangers in a common place to nurture a spirit of shared purpose, reflect and connect with the values and practices of active citizenship, reckon with and reflect on America's founding principles, and build civic fellowship to create new communal traditions.[2]

Civic Seminary: a program that trains and prepares civic leaders to guide their communities toward a renewed sense of shared civic power and moral purpose. Participants are drawn from those deeply embedded in the civic life of their community and are dedicated to bringing people together, face-to-face, to revitalize the practice of civic gatherings.[2]

Youth Collaboratory: a year-long program in which 24 students travel across the country to meet with leading civic innovators, gain civic education and understanding, and design and implement their own independent community projects.[2]

Civic Collaboratory: a national network of civic leaders from across the political spectrum specializing in a wide range of areas, such as immigrant rights, veterans advocacy, civics education, voting reform, tech in government, arts and culture, worker organizing, and corporate citizenship. The network's quarterly meetings provide a platform for collaborative project design and civic innovation.[2]

Analysis and Lessons Learned

Publications

See Also

References

[1] “About Us,” Citizen University, accessed May 1, 2019, https://www.citizenuniversity.us/about-us/.

[2] “Programs,” Citizen University, accessed May 1, 2019, https://www.citizenuniversity.us/programs/.

External Links

 https://www.citizenuniversity.us/ 

Notes 

Lead image: Citizen University, http://bit.ly/2DGz7vE