“I have just had the pleasure of attending a two-day Fellows training session run by self-confessed ‘recovering artist’ Milenko Matanovic” READ FULL STORY
Recently appointed the youngest Chair to serve in the National City Planning Commission, Marcus Bush is a Pomegranate Center Fellows Graduate who took an active role in our Manzanita Gathering Place project and Butterfly Park in 2013. In his words, Pomegranate Center’s Fellows Training “was seriously one of the most influential experiences I’ve ever had and was a huge motivation to becoming more civically engaged in my community.” Read more
Our Fellows Training teaches people how to best serve others and care for their communities. Ginger, a talented architect with Architects Without Borders, is an amazing example of our Fellows Training alumni making a difference in the world.
She recently shared her experience from the field: Read more
Past students have included municipal employees, designers, planners, artists, grassroots community builders—anyone with a desire to create they change they seek within their neighborhood, workplace or broader community. Read more