Meaningful Work Retreat

The Quest for Meaningful Work: 

Aligning Passion and Purpose for the New Economy  

Economic crisis. Climate change. Endemic poverty. Social injustice. The old paradigm is failing…
Ecopreneurs. Social innovation. Green jobs. Systems thinking. It’s up to us to create new opportunities for our collective future.



Weekend Residential Retreat: 

  5pm Fri Oct 25 to 3pm Sun Oct 27, 2013 
• Want to connect your career and calling?
• Feel the urgency for work that connects people and place?

Come together with other emerging change-makers and become an active participant in defining what meaningful work means to you. Take part in creating a regenerative economy that supports people and the planet.  This is a unique opportunity to:
• Figure out where you fit in the new economy
• Learn about emerging environmental and social entrepreneurship careers
• Create an action plan for advancing your personal and professional goals
The focus of the weekend is encouraging dialogue, brainstorming and capacity building as we all move toward creating our own ‘meaningful work’ that sustains people and ecosystem integrity. We will explore a common journey of how we can connect occupation with a personal sustainability and work toward creating a supportive community of practice.
Alla Guelber and Tami Rothery host this weekend workshop, with special guest mentors and presenters, including:
(see the complete list of guests and their bios here.)
At this inspiring residential workshop, you will:
• Figure out where you fit in creating a new economy
• Learn about the broad spectrum of environmental and social entrepreneurship careers
• Create an action plan for advancing your personal and professional goals
$250 early-bird registration (ends October 10)
$299 regular registration
$175 student & low-income*
*Contact us for more information
The fee for this residential workshop includes 2 nights dorm-style accommodation and all meals

Alla Guelber, BAC, MA
Director, Meaningful Work Project
Learn more: www.MeaningfulWorkProject.ca

(403) 829-5232
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