Inspired by Chicago Meetups, we intend to start growing soon. If you'd like to be one of the leaders, please join us at a Faculty Club Meetup Soon. We expect to have a leader for:
New to Denver!
20 and 30 Somethings.
I want to ( ) I just don't want to do it alone.
We teach to learn!
Book discussion group.
Your idea for a new gathering in the Denver metro-area.
We are looking for volunteers who are interested in small groups and adult education, people who learn together from each other and those we teach to honor the most basic principle of adult learning theory: adults learn best by being the teacher." (See footnote.)
This is a project of the Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc (https://www.SmallBizChamber.org)., a Colorado not-for-profit corporation to help advance the SBCC's mission for over 20 years: "To help restore vitalism and dynamism to the US economy by working to strengthen the grassroots, the voice of the common person, in business and politics."
We cooperate with all who share our common purpose, to strengthen the grassroots, recovery of the power of the common person in business and politics. In 2019 we will launch programs that are expected to include:
1. monthly neighborhood newsletters and distribution;
2. an online annual calendar and membership directory;
3. a table at state conventions for major political parties and other state-wide event such as the Colorado State Fair, and in 2020 we will expand across Colorado.
We cooperate with local chambers, service clubs, and community newspapers to strengthen the grassroots in business and politics through adult education to help people who want to start a new career, a new campaign or project, or a new business.
If you would like us to include your activities in our new neighborhood newsletter and calendar, contact John Wren, Founder, CEO and President, Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc., 1881 Buchtel Blvd. #501, Denver, CO 89210 Please call first for an appointment (303)861-1447 Twitter @IDEACafe @DenverMeetups
Footnote: "We learn together from each other and those we teach to honor the most basic principle of adult learning theory: adults learn best by being the teacher." From our companion Facebook Page (https://www.Facebook.com/SelfDirectedLearning).