About Our Programs

Leadership and Learning Programs are a cornerstone of the Center for Partnership Studies and the Caring Economy Campaign.

CPS’s Leadership and Learning Programs bring together women and men from around the world to learn how to become leaders of the partnership and caring economy movements. Participants in our online classes study partnership concepts and language and gain the evidence and the tools they need to shift their communities and organizations away from traditions of domination. Our robust alumni community creates opportunities for networking and learning long after the classes are over. Through our online Partnership Learning Community site, program graduates share resources, strategies, and action models and inspire one another to continue the vital work of cultural transformation.

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2017 Classes

  • Foundations for Partnership 2017
  • The Power of Partnership
  • Own Your Worth: Power to the People Who Care with Kate Duva
  • Power, Sex and Money: Introduction to the Changing Our Story course
  • Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives: Riane Eisler’s Cultural Transformation Course
  • Introduction to a Caring Economy
  • Caring Economy Advocates Program (CAP)
  • Exploring Your Creative Constellation: Creativity through the Partnership Lens with Sara Saltee

The Power of Partnership

Leadership Series

Changing Our Story, Changing Our Lives

Young Women Leaders Program

Caring Economy Courses

Alumni Center

The Partnership Learning Community

Connect with Alumni Worldwide

The Partnership Learning Community is the growing online community hub of the Center for Partnership Studies’ Leadership and Learning Programs. To date, there 300+ graduates of the Changing Our Story and the Community Advocates Program in 17 countries.

In the PLC, alumni and current course participants access resources and materials related to their learning. Community members can network with one another, contribute to the Blog and Forum, and share news and updates on their activities related to the partnership and caring economy movements.

Go to the Partnership Learning Community