On Wednesday, June 15, 2016 PACE Intensive Services Capacity Building Program 2015/2016 program participants presented their final projects.
In its fifth installment, PACE Intensive Services program participants presented in the style of Pecha Kucha; the Japanese word for the sound of conversation or “chit chat.”
PACE adapted Pecha Kucha as a programmatic tool for our Intensive Services Capacity Building Program. Each year, program participants gather informally to talk about their organizations and share their capacity-building projects, processes and progress.
Every year the funding community is invited to learn about the ten community-based nonprofits participating and the wonderful work they do in our community.
Please enjoy your front-row seat to the 2015/2016 Intensive Services Pecha Kucha:
To learn more about our Intensive Services Capacity Building Program, please contact our Program Manager, Peg Fiedler:
Pecha Kucha is Japanese for chit-chat. PACE put this together for organizations to have 20 slides on each organization and give 20 seconds per slide to talk about. This is a fun way to learn about different organizations that are funded by PACE and to see how they can work with one another which PACE promotes.