community skillshare

In response to COVID19's impact on our beloved hospitality industry as well as so many individuals and small businesses, we have begun a new virtual learning series for the community, by the community. Each 'season'  will last 1-4 episodes, be centered on one topic and led by a subject matter expert. We started with finances (personal and for small business owners) and mask making, and are now moving into mental health, civics, sustainable cooking and more.


We aim to add value amidst the explosion of webinars by making sure these sessions are 1) specific and to-the-point 2) address topics pertinent to our current climate and 3) are filled with actionable takeaways. Every season will be accompanied by a thorough, well-researched resources document, which will live in our Resources Blog, that offers additional information and useful links.


We are committed to keeping these free as we believe accessibility of information is key to a better future for everyone. If you do find the information useful, donations are greatly appreciated and go towards the expert's charity of choice as our way of appreciating them volunteering time and energy to host these with us!

We welcome any community members with skills they would like to share to fill out this form so we can get started on working together on a detailed lesson plan and resources document.

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