Experience the Entrepreneurial Communities Activation Process

Experience the Entrepreneurial Communities Activation Process,
ECAP for short!

 Monday, April 11 in Fremont, Dodge County Extension Office, 1206 W 23rd Street
Thursday, April 21 in North Platte, Lincoln County Extension Office, 348 West State Farm Road, North Platte

City and county leaders, non-profit board members, professionals and others involved in community and economic development, who desire to make communities better places to live and work, are invited to experience the Entrepreneurial Communities Activation Process. That’s ECAP for short!

The experience starts at 9:30 a.m.; the fun wraps up by 4:30 in the afternoon. To participate complete the registration form at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z25FK7P by noon Thursday, April 6th.

ECAP is a unique community engagement process proven to get people creating new and exciting possibilities for a brighter future. The ECAP approach is built around eight characteristics deemed critical for retaining and attracting people.

An Ashland resident said, “I was new to the community when the ECAP process began, and I frankly can’t imagine a better way to get to know a community in a hurry. I feel a sense of connection to and investment that it might have taken me months or years to achieve without this process.”

While the eight characteristics aren’t necessarily new or different, successful communities manage them with new and different approaches – approaches that require risk-taking and challenge the status quo…approaches deemed as being out-of-the-box…or ENTREPRENEURIAL!!

Come and join Nebraska Extension and EXPERIENCE ECAP! Learn what it takes to bring ECAP to your community and how to lead the ECAP charge. The ECAP experience comes without a fee thanks to grant funding provided by the Rural Futures Institute. For more information about Nebraska Extension’s new Entrepreneurial Communities Activation Process, ECAP for short, contact:

Charlotte Narjes (402) 472-1724 | cnarjes1@unl.edu

Jessica Jones (402) 335-3669 | jjones12@unl.edu

Carroll Welte (402) 374-2954 | cwelte1@unl.edu

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