Resilience Hub

Building resilience helps avoid burnout. It keeps us on course, through the highs and the lows, and bounces us forward from challenges.

The Resilience Hub on CCL Community provides opportunities for building personal and chapter resilience that support purposeful action on climate.

Live Workshops and Groups

Resilience Building Circle

Upcoming Circle: Jun 6, 8-9:30pm ET
This 90-min Zoom gathering is designed to create connection and build personal resilience through authentic sharing, deep listening and the exploration of supportive practices. 

Register Now
 

Active Hope for Climate Change Advocates

Upcoming Workshops: May 15, 6-8pm ET & May 24, 7-9pm ET
 Active Hope is a 2-hour Zoom workshop to strengthen your resilience and fortify your enthusiasm for climate activism.

Learn More
 

Join the Next ONGO Group

Next Group: Fall 2022
This 12-week group experience is designed to integrate peace, compassion and wisdom into your climate activism, family, and community by helping you embody those qualities in your words and actions. 

Learn More
 

For additional live trainings on a variety of topics every week, consult the Training Events Calendar.
 

Self-Paced Trainings

Self-Care for Stress Reduction

  All Levels This training is suitable for everyone, from newer volunteers to those with more experience.
|
  Traditional Training content presented in a tab format with more straightforward access to text, webinar, and audio recordings.

This training provides suggestions and resources for your inner advocate - the one who wants change, ease, and calm, but struggles at times to find or create it.

Start Training
 

Deepening Resilient Leadership

  Advanced This training topic is more advanced and intended to provide complex information and resources for volunteers looking for an in-depth explanation.
|
  Interactive Training content presented in a more interactive format with integrated images, audio, video and learner-centric activities.

This training is designed to explore and deepen our resilience as climate leaders and advocates and begin to assess our own strengths and areas for development.

Start Training
 

Resilience Practices


Support Material


Connect With Others