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On past New Year’s Days we’ve taken a look at companies that help you achieve your resolutions like Moleskine and Mint, but since it’s a weekend we are going to look at a non-profit organization. Since I haven’t come across any charitable organizations that help people achieve their New Year’s Resolutions, we’re going to look at an organization that helps people come to resolutions when they have conflict. Public Conversations Project is based in Watertown, MA, and they believe “that better communication and relationships are critical to long-lasting amelioration of conflicts that involve identities, core values, and worldviews.” If you can take on a similar set of beliefs, you’ll be primed for a successful New Year.

Conversations for the New Year

Public Conversations Project “guides, trains, and inspires individuals, organizations, and communities to constructively address conflicts relating to values and worldviews.” These may not be skills that you’ve thought of developing, but learning how to affectively deal with conflict is essential to a successful personal life and a successful career. Beyond reading a general overview of Public Conversations Project, you’ll want to look at their Dialogue in Action, their Workshops, and their Resources. After you look through those, you should get a good idea for how Public Conversations Project works. Now, Public Conversations Project doesn’t have a Jobs page, but they do post positions on Idealist. There’s nothing entry level posted right now, but maybe you can convince them to add you for the New Year.

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One response to “Public Conversations Project”

  1. Thanks for sharing and promoting the work of the Public Conversations Project!

    Right now we’re looking for a new marketing intern. It’s a part-time position that comes with a small stipend and the opportunity to get incredible hands-on experience working with our fabulous staff.

    For more information, check out the job posting on Idealist.org:
    http://www.idealist.org/view/internship/B2sJcXnDHxNp

    Roger Baumann
    Social Media Coordinator
    Public Conversations Project

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