Workshops & Consulting
Nobis Project offers professional development programs as well as customized services tailored to meet the needs of educators, schools, administrators and community leaders looking to enhance their approach to ethical community engagement practices; teaching about structural inequality; implementing critical service-learning; and embedding critical reflection.
Consulting & Workshops
National Endowment for the Humanities Landmarks of American History & Culture Workshop on the Legacy of Early African Americans & the Gullah-Geechee People. No cost for selected teachers.
July 10-16, 2022
July 31-Aug 6, 2022
Applications Due March 1, 2022
Savannah, Ga & Sapelo Island: A Gullah-Geechee Field Experience
October 14-16, 2022
Consulting & Workshops
The Nobis Project provides consulting services and workshops to meet the needs of educators, schools, administrators and community leaders.
- Ethical Community Engagement
- Understanding Structural Inequality
- Critical Service-Learning
- Global Citizenship Education
- Culturally Responsive Education
Consulting with administrative teams to identify school/organization needs and develop action plans
Consulting with educators to bring Nobis Project models into classroom teaching
Workshops on our focus areas
Development, research and evaluation of strategic educational or community initiatives
Consultation services may be conducted virtually.
“After this experience I have begun to look at “service-learning” in a different and deeper way. I’m looking forward to utilizing the Nobis Big Ideas and framework for civic engagement in my teaching practice, as well as with the diversity and global citizenship work I do at school.”
“I feel very secure with Nobis Project’s service learning curriculum in a way that I never was before.”
“I really appreciated Christen’s in-depth knowledge of cultural responsiveness and diversity and how she pushed us to think deeper in a respectful and meaningful way.”
“This experience deepened my understanding of the value of service-learning and building reciprocal relationships with community partners.”
If you have come to help me you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.