Public Service Academy
Phillips Brooks House Association and the Harvard Public Service Network
Phillips Brooks House Association
and the Harvard Public Service Network
About the Public Service Academy (PSA)

The Public Service Academy is all about helping people and programs grow.  Each fun and interactive training session provides tools that are useful to individuals, at the same time that they help leaders and volunteers provide higher quality programming. 

Additional resources are available for leaders who want help creating quality, program-specific workshops.


Trainings and resources are available to all undergraduate affiliates of Phillips Brooks House Association (PBHA) and the Harvard Public Service Network (PSN).

Fall 2014 Trainings

-Train the Trainer (presentation and training design skills)

-Program Management Certificate (skills for current and future leaders; mandatory for all new PBHA program directors)

-Advocacy and Organizing (skills for current and future leaders) 

-Mentor Certificate (mandatory for all new PBHA mentors, recommended for PSN mentors)

-Tutor Certificate (mandatory for all new PBHA tutors, recommended for PSN tutors)

-Teaching Institute (strongly recommended for all PBHA, PSN, and any curriculum based programs' new volunteers.)

-Teaching ESL Certificate (mandatory for all new PBHA ESL teachers, recommended for PSN teachers)

-SAT Tutor Certificate (strongly recommended for all PBHA and PSN SAT tutors)

-Working with the Elderly (strongly recommended for all PBHA and PSN volunteers who work with the elderly)

-Special Needs Training (strongly strongly recommended for all PBHA and PSN volunteers who work with the youth with special needs)

Other Trainings

-Organizing 101 (an introduction to advocacy and organizing work)



Be sure to check back regularly for new trainings and dates.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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