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2020 Census Civic Engagement Training: Immigrant Communities

March 26, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

2020 Census Civic Engagement Training: Immigrant Communities

Join GPNP and Keystone Counts on March 26 from 10 AM-12 PM at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – South Side for the third session in their series of 2020 Census and Civic Engagement trainings.

The 2020 Census is a GPNP public policy priority, and the Keystone Counts coalition is engaging nonprofits across the Commonwealth to Get Out the Count in 2020.

This session will focus on one of the most historically undercounted populations – immigrant communities. If your organization is led by or works with immigrants and their families, you are invited to attend.

At this training GPNP/Keystone Counts will:

  • Introduce you to the Keystone Counts Coalition, its Get Out the Count plan, and the resources and guidance it has to offer nonprofits
  • Cover the most recent developments regarding a citizenship question on the Census
  • Solicit your feedback in guiding messaging and outreach strategies for immigrant communities
  • Allow you to collaborate and share strategies with your peers

GPNP members and non-members alike are welcome to attend this training. Members may attend the training free. Non-members may attend for a $10 fee. Register here.

Location: the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – South Side is located at 2205 East Carson Street Pittsburgh, PA 15203 and is serviced by bus routes 48, 54, 81, and 83.

Parking: street parking is available on South 22nd Street


March 26, 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership
(412) 394-4278
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Hannah Locop


Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, South Side
2205 East Carson Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15203 United States
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