Answering the Call (ATC) facilitators are individuals who are skilled and experienced in the work of creating spaces that promote meaningful dialogue and reflection. ATC is a five-session leadership development program that invites military veterans and national service alumni reflect on the values that compelled them to serve in the first place, and explore if they now feel called to serve their community through politics.
ATC facilitators undergo a selection and training process that ensures they understand the ATC goals and can implement a high-quality program for all participants. Our ATC facilitators understand the call to serve, and are gifted in the art of guiding servant leaders to discern within themselves their own sources of truth, direction, and mission. Every ATC city must have a skilled facilitator who is committed to running the five-session program. Facilitators are required to*:
First-time facilitators must attend a 1.5 day all-expenses-paid training in Boston on October 5th and 6th.
Secure a venue for the program with dates and times that work with their schedule
The first session is three hours and mandatory for all participants to attend
The following four sessions are 90 minutes long
Deliver a high-quality experience to ATC participants.
*please note this is a volunteer position