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Community Mobilization Graduates

July 27, 2008; Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion (HCCI) organized its 3rd graduation ceremony for Community Mobilization Graduates at St. Charles Adult Learning Centre Mountain at 5th street. HCCI started 6 module training program at 3 locations of St. Charles Centers and one location at Riverdale Community Centre. A cohort of 107 grads received their certificates from Patrick J. Daly – Chairperson St. Charles, Bob Goodwin – Principal St. Charles Mountain, Remo Presutti – Superintendent St Charles, Suzan Friscolanti St Charles and Brian McHattie Councilor Ward 1. Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion trained the members from diverse communities to develop leadership skills through the CMT program. The aim is to engage them to address chronic issues and challenges faced to diverse immigrant and visible minorities. The module comprised of topics like understanding the ‘isms’, Hate and Bigotry, Understanding and Implementing Community Structure, Understanding the Community Structure, Strengthening and Building Communities, Leadership in Community and Engaging Communities. HCCI has earlier trained two cohorts of CMT graduates in year 2007. An AfroFrancophone group has already started its CMT training which will be graduating in September 2008. HCCI has started registration for CMT fall 2008 for Ethnoreligious groups in Hamilton. To learn more about HCCI, Community Mobilization Programs and other training programs and youth initiatives please contact at 905 667 3088 or visit at www.hcci.ca or ask for literature to mail you.

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