Leaders Partnering to End Poverty
Training designed for rural Minnesota community members of all income levels who are engaged, passionate, and committed to ending poverty.
Leaders Partnering to End Povery (LPEP) is designed for community members of all income levels, who are engaged in their community, and who are passionate and committed to ending poverty.
- It works to develop an understanding of poverty as a community issue by identifying its causes, and approaches to deal with these issues.
- It provides the opportunity to learn from each other’s experiences.
- It builds personal and working relationships among participants across economic disparities.
- It strengthens their leadership skills, and provides the tools to organize a focused community effort to move people out of poverty.
Continue reading to learn more about the program details and be sure to submit a community inquiry form if you are interested in bringing LPEP to your community.
Current and Upcoming LPEP Training
January 17 - July 11