The Mexico Sustainability Project was formed in Mexico, Missouri, in September 2018. The formation of the group happened after the community had participated in a number of events from aha! Process, including A Framework for Understanding Poverty, Bridges Out of Poverty, and Workplace Stability. A group from the project also attended the Addressing the Challenges of Poverty conference.
Soon after forming the Mexico Sustainability Project, the community participated in Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-By World trainer certification. This September, the first Getting Ahead groups will begin a 20-week version of the experience. Each Getting Ahead session includes dinner, and participants are paid a stipend to attend.
The Mexico Sustainability Project has also had member Dana Keller certified to provide the Workplace Stability workshop, and an Emotional Poverty training was held there a few days ago.
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If you are interested in building an aha! Process community, you will find the Mexico, Missouri, timeline helpful. The progress they have made through the workshops from aha! Process is a great model. This is how you create a common language about poverty and mobilize individuals and institutions to address the challenges.
- 10.30.2017 A Framework for Understanding Poverty
- 01.03.2018 Boys in Crisis
- 03.24.2018 Bridges Out of Poverty Workshop (attended by representatives of the school district, city, county, and chamber)
- 04.24.2018 Workplace Stability
- 07.24.2018 Bridges to Sustainable Communities
- 09.11.2018 Mexico Sustainability Project Advisory Board formed
- 09.23.2018 Addressing the Challenges of Poverty Conference
- 12.07.2018 Getting Ahead in a Just-Gettin’-By World Trainer Certification
- 02.11.19 Workplace Stability Trainer Certification
- 08.16.2019 Emotional Poverty
- 09.10.2019 Getting Ahead classes begin
- 09.22.2019 Addressing the Challenges of Poverty Conference (attended by representatives of the school district, city, county, and chamber)
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