Facilitator Network

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Building, strengthening, and sustaining civic infrastructure in the Granite State takes many forms and many individuals.

Across New Hampshire there are hundreds of people in public service as employees elected leaders, and individuals serving as bridge builders and connectors to deepen equity and engagement in their own community.

The work of public engagement relies on experienced, flexible facilitators.

New Hampshire Listens offers trainings, workshops, resources, and connections to community practitioners and volunteers who are interested in learning more and deepening their own facilitation practice for equity and engagement. We support facilitators in our network with a fovus on skills and strategies for helping all voices to be heard and connecting with other New Hampshire residents who are invested in proactive problem solving. We are proud to support a network of over 200 facilitators who have trained to serve in New Hampshire communities.

People who serve as facilitators for New Hampshire Listens, attend our trainings, participate in events, help with small group facilitation and notetaking. NH Listens assigns trained facilitators based on experience, skill level, and project location. Anyone is welcome to become a trained New Hmapshire Listens facilitator.

Attend one of our facilitator trainings or lunch box series to learn about local and statewide projects!


Facilitator Network Registration

In the same way that we value a mix of perspectives in our participants, we also value a mix in our facilitator network. The information you provide will be used by New Hampshire Listens when we are seeking facilitators.

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