Are you intrigued by what it means to be a “futurist”? Do you think your organization (or you?) would benefit from learning how to think and lead like a futurist?
If you have the futurist itch, we have crafted an amazing experience for you.
Let Rebecca tell you all about it:
Join us for three days at Camp Wandawega, where you’ll be part of a small tribe learning strategic foresight techniques directly from Rebecca Ryan, the Resident Futurist at the Alliance for Innovation and AGRiP as well as a Senior Advisor at the Governing Institute.
The fun doesn’t end there.
All campers are invited to participate in exclusive conference calls after Camp is over, to extend our learning and discuss strategy/problems for your projects. In addition, all campers are eligible to apply for an additional continuation of Camp through Foresight Certification, a designation from NEXT Generation Consulting, Inc. To earn their certification, campers must show they’ve successfully applied strategic foresight to an issue at home within a year of Camp ending. Those who earn their foresight certification will be added to our professional network and may be referred to clients requesting futurist services.
Did we mention schwag bags?
Believe us, you haven’t been to camp like this since, well… since never. Stephanie and Lisa have curated phenomenal Camper Kits that have all the Camp essentials. Along with the curriculum designed and led by Rebecca Ryan, Futurist Camp has canoes, late night bonfires, axe throwing contests and all the other camp experiences you miss (or missed) from childhood. Pack your swimsuit!
Registration is now live! Head on over to get your spot- attendance is limited!
Tuition Rates (NOTE: Tuition includes room and board at Camp Wandawega, as well as Rebecca’s curriculum.):
public sector/non-profits: $2000
private sector : $3000
certification: additional $1500
Team NGC answers some of your most Frequently Asked Questions:
Posted by Rebecca Ryan on Tuesday, July 5, 2016
What will you learn at Futurist Camp?
Camp begins on the evening of August 15th and ends at 10am on August 18th. While an agenda is not yet set, here is an outline of the basic curriculum, which will cover everything you need to know to run a kick-butt foresight process at your organization, and then some. This will include (but not be limited to):
How can you get the most from Camp?
Food and lodging for the duration of Futurist Camp is all inclusive. Rooms will be assigned when the final camp tallies are made. Most are shared rooms.
Check out this sneak peak tour from earlier in the year!
Futurist Camp Sneak Peak!
Posted by Rebecca Ryan on Friday, April 22, 2016