The Livable Neighborhoods Program, which first launched in May, 2007 at Hunter College, was created to provide communities with the knowledge, tools, and training needed to transform local vision into effective plans. This workshop is hosted by the Municipal Arts Society, the Pratt Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment, and the Cornell Urban Scholars Program.
Students and community members will have an opportunity to receive NYC?specific, in?person training and reference materials on a number of planning topics, and access to a web?based network for ongoing discussion.
When Is the Training? Saturday, October 18, 2008 8:30AM – 1:00 PM
Who Can Attend? Registration is open to students from GCPE, CUSP, and local residents.
What Is The Cost? Participation in the program is free.
Where Is The Training? The training will take place in Higgins Hall at Pratt Brooklyn with special assistance from The Pratt Graduate Center for Planning and the Environment. Please see attached campus map.
What Should I Bring? Please remember to bring a notebook and a few pens and/or pencils.
Will Food Be Served? Yes. We will provide lunch.
How Do I Register? Email Sideya Sherman at email@example.com.
Can I Bring My Child? Yes. The LNP is designed to be as convenient for participants as possible. We will have a supervised children’s activity room available for children school age children and up.
Also, you can contact Sideya Sherman via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 212.935.3960 ext. 259 for more information.