Want to learn how to support women in your workplace and community? The Ada Initiative is running an Ally Skills Workshop open to the public in downtown San Francisco on Sunday, September 27, 2015, from 2pm to 5pm. If you would like to join us, register now!
The Ally Skills Workshop is a fun 3-hour discussion-oriented workshop focusing on simple, everyday ways people can use their power as an ally to make their workplace or community more welcoming and attractive to women. We discuss what to do in practical, real-world scenarios ranging from how to welcome a woman attending a conference for the first time to speaking up when a co-worker makes a sexist joke at the office party. People leave the workshop feeling ready to take action and eager to learn more.
The workshop focuses on what men can do to support women, but it works best when about 20% – 40% of the attendees are women. This public workshop is a great way to test out the workshop and find out if it is a good match for your company or organization.
Register now to attend the workshop on Sunday, October 27 from 2pm to 5pm at Impact Hub San Francisco, at 5th Street and Mission Street, just a few blocks from the Powell Street BART station and a 15 minute walk from the Caltrain station at 4th and King.
The cost of the workshop is $175 per person. Many employers have personal development or training budgets for their employees. Ask your manager if your employer will pay for the registration fee for the Ally Skills Workshop.
If you would like an Ally Skills Workshop at your workplace, email us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a couple of workshop slots left before October 15; for bookings after October 15 we can put you in contact with other organizations teaching the Ally Skills Workshop. Learn more about the Ally Skills Workshop here.
We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!