Multiple Victories Workshops: Helping you get your community project off the ground
The Multiple Victories Workshops give you tools to help engage your community, create common goals, and build ownership and momentum in your community projects.
Talks and Presentations
Each year, Pomegranate Center speaks about our philosophy and methods for community, business, government, and environmental leaders. Contact us to learn how to bring Milenko and the Pomegranate Center team to your conference, class or workshop.
Selected Curricula and Projects
Community Treasures; A civic exercise to identify irreplaceable community assets and help communities protect and utilize their natural, cultural, and historical treasures. Read about the community treasures process.
Hands-On Civics Leadership Program; a course for youth and adults designed to explain the systems that make a community function, develop leadership skills, explore trends for the future, and design innovative projects that address current community needs. The program introduces participants to leadership styles, theory and practice of leadership, and to leaders in various sectors of their community.
Project Trash Hold; a fun and participatory project promoted as an “acerbic exercise to trim our waste” and designed to change our habits of consumption, while raising personal awareness of wastefulness in our society. From caps and bottles to newspapers and fast-food containers, students haul their trash around wherever they go for an entire week.
Family Stories Quilt; a curriculum designed to help students explore, communicate and celebrate personal experiences of growth that can serve as models for positive community skills. Family Stories Quilt is designed to help students remember, write and tell real stories of bravery, honesty, preservation, trust, creativity, loyalty, and kindness. The program culminates in a presentation of the stories by the students.