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KREWE School

KREWE School

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At the Taylor Center, we believe the capacities needed to transform unjust systems are developed and held collectively. In that spirit, we are hosting another cohort of “KREWE School,” a team-based learning experience that can help campus & community partners deepen their social and environmental impact.

New Orleans-based teams aiming to create social and environmental change can attend an informational luncheon to explore how KREWE School might deepen their impact. Community-based organizations and university campus units/groups are eligible to participate. Informational luncheons will be held on Tuesday, April 30 and Friday, May 3.

Learn more and RSVP today!

KREWE School is a cohort-based program for community-based organizations and university campus units/groups to send multiple team members (your KREWE) to eight sessions from August 2024 through December 2025. Topics we anticipate exploring together include:

  1. Clarifying our theory of change
  2. Understanding and visualizing system dynamics
  3. Adopting human-centered design mindsets
  4. Practicing cultural approaches that enhance collaboration within and between teams

The 2024-2025 cohort will include up to five KREWES who will engage in peer-based learning that explores systemic issues and team dynamics. This year’s cohort might develop around one central social issue, such as youth opportunities or the climate crisis, depending on which teams express interest.

The application is open until May 24, 2024. We expect to finalize the cohort in June 2024 and host the kickoff meeting in August 2024. We encourage interested teams to RSVP to a luncheon that will provide a “sneak peek” into the KREWE School process. We still welcome peer nominations until April 24, 2024; organizations that are nominated will receive an invitation to the informational luncheons.


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