COVID-19 Awareness Certification
Upon successful completion of this course, participants are equipped with the necessary knowledge required to explain what coronavirus is, identify its symptoms, summarize how it spreads, and define key concepts like social distancing. Through a comprehensive understanding of these critical components, participants are prepared to prevent the spread of coronavirus as well as inform others on how to do the same.
Certified Information Privacy Professional/United States (CIPP/US)
The CIPP is global industry standard for professionals entering and working in the filed of privacy. Achieving a CIPP/US credential demonstrates understanding of a principles-based framework and knowledge base in information privacy within the U.S. context.
SPIN Academy 18
The SPIN Academy trains communicators for social change on the building blocks of strategic communications. Our flagship Northern California event, now celebrating its eighteenth year, brings together a group of roughly 50 nonprofit communications professionals from across the country who are selected for participation through a competitive application process.
East of the River Communications Series
The East of the River Communications Series provides participants with the basic building blocks of communications – messaging, storytelling, relationship-building and interview preparation – so they are better prepared and successful in engaging with local media representatives. This training is designed to help your organization strengthen its voice and raise awareness about issues that affect communities in Wards 7 and 8 by building your skills and developing new relationships.
Netroots Nation amplifies progressive voices by providing an online and in-person campus for exchanging ideas and learning how to be more effective in using technology to influence the public debate.
New Leaders Council Institute
The New Leaders Council Institute is the nation's premier leadership and professional development program, providing training, mentoring, networking, and career and political advancement to enterprising young professionals. An intense, five-month progressive entrepreneurship training program, each NLC Institute is highly-selective, admitting only 15 to 20 Fellows to each chapter.
District of Columbia Bar Leadership Academy
The purpose of the District of Columbia Bar Leadership Academy is to identify, inspire, and educate District of Columbia Bar members to be leaders of the Bar and to encourage them to use their leadership skills in professional settings, local bar associations, and community organizations. The District of Columbia Bar Leadership Academy is comprised of approximately 25 members of the Bar representing diverse backgrounds, practice settings, and practice areas.
American Bar Association Bar Leadership Institute
The American Bar Association Bar Leadership Institute is the premier program for developing the skills and substantive grounding for leading a bar association with inspiration, insight, and innovation.
Collaborative Bar Leadership Academy
The Collaborative Bar Leadership Academy (CBLA) is a coordinated effort to strengthen the pipeline of diverse bar association leaders by providing leadership training and professional development programs which will benefit current and future leaders, the bar association community, and the legal profession overall. The CBLA marks the first substantive program resulting from a collaboration of the five sponsoring bar associations and lays the foundation for further collaborative efforts to foster diversity and inclusion in the legal profession.
The District of Columbia Bar Basic Training & Beyond
The program is for lawyers who want to know about the methods and skills necessary for starting and growing a small firm and who want to participate actively in the learning experience. This interactive program consists of two full–day sessions.