Pay what you can workshops, courses, and events.
Because education should be accessible to all.
The first part of a class code speaks to the main activity of the workshop- Learning, Action, or Expression.
LE: These workshops focus mainly on learning, conversation, and skill building around concepts and ideas.
AC: These workshops are meant to be more action-oriented, learning and practicing skills that focus on advocacy, community building, and community action.
EX: Participants attending these workshops will partake in art-making, such as visual art, dance, pottery, or music.
The second part of a class code points to the goal of the workshop.
BGH: Being Good Humans
THA: Training Hub for Activists
MM: Meaningful Messages
What is Community Education?
We love learning from each other, being challenged, and putting skills into practice. We believe that education should be available to all.
We are excited to launch this initiative to create spaces where we can learn, engage, and act together. Community Education will host pay-what-you-can workshops, courses, and events focused on creating community, thinking about what it means to be good humans and neighbours, and providing practical skills around advocacy and community action.
For now, we will start with a small number of workshops. We hope to continue expanding and bringing in awesome people to facilitate all kinds of learning opportunities!
Please note, you will not receive transferable credits for completing workshops through Community University. We are not an accredited university. The work university comes from the Latin Universitaswe chose this name because we believe educational spaces should be for everyone.