Dear Supporter Ji,
If you have been thinking of signing up for our Sikh awareness presenter training taking place on February 23rd, there is still time! Register today for a hands-on, interactive training that has been successfully designed and implemented in other sangats across the country.
The Sikh Coalition is excited to bring this opportunity to the New Jersey sangat. This training will provide the skills and knowledge to walk into a classroom, workplace or any other public forum and deliver a Sikh awareness presentation that is accurate, informative and highly engaging.
WHAT: Sikh Awareness Presenter Training
WHEN: February 23, 2019, from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm (Snow date: Saturday, March 2, 2019)
WHERE: Aequor Technologies, 377 Hoes Lane, Suite 300, Piscataway, NJ 08854
Once the training is completed, the expectation is that you will conduct a minimum of two trainings per year. RSVP now because there are very few spots left!
Separately, the Sikh Coalition is honored to have provided media and communications support to the Lawrenceville, NJ sangat in the community’s ongoing efforts to pay tribute to Mercer County Sheriff's Detective Pablo Santiago.
Before Detective Santiago tragically passed away in December 2018, he had forged a relationship with the local sangat through a shared devotion to seva (selfless service) and community building. The Sikh Coalition successfully facilitated coverage of the memorial events in various local media outlets, including a print story in the Times of Trenton and online stories in NJ.com, Patch and On Scene News.
Whether it’s providing grassroots media support to initiatives throughout the United States or working to facilitate Sikhi presentation trainings, our team is investing more than ever to bring public awareness to the Sikh faith, traditions and community.
We look forward to continuing our engagement in New Jersey in 2019. Please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com if you have any feedback or questions.
Community Development Director
The Sikh Coalition
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