A Passport is how you mark your milestones
Welcome to your point of demarcation!
From here you take your first steps on a journey to resilience, and on each point on your journey you get a stamp in your passport to mark the milestone reached.
It all starts with a single step on your own, a beginning. Along the way you will meet others to journey with, you will even circle back to your friends and family, your neighbors and community. When you do you will build stronger, more resilient connections and a stronger community. This journey is about finding personal resilience through rediscovering the strength of our humanity, and then developing relationships and community based on our joint humanity.
The Stamps and the Milestones
There are twelve stamps currently made for your journey.
- Shockwave: Understanding the needs can help drive the process, learning the benefits, more so!
- Workshops 1-3: A history of our culture and how we got where we are, we feel it is important to understand this in order to have context.
- Workshops 4-5: Unlearning and critical thinking, learning to ask the next question.
- Workshops 6-8: Fundamentals of humanity, understanding what being human means, learning that humans are far more that we believe them to be.
- Workshops 9-12: Relationships, community and grassroots. Organizing, finding common ground, core values. Skill development, building your network.
- CERT training: Going through Citizen Emergency Response Team training, is a good way to get an overview of what disaster response will look like.
- Subscribe: By now you have a good foundation to drive the needed changes, starting with your neighborhood. We want you to commit to our continued ability to provide these services by subscribing at $20 per month.
- Host: Host and outreach event and introduce your connections to what we are doing.
- Project Driver: Whether it is one of the projects recognized by the Kitsap Resiliency Project, or one you conceive, drive a project that will lead to a more resilient outcome.
- Map your Neighborhood (MYN): The core of growing this project and connecting the dots is to start by mapping your neighborhood beginning with the Washington State process and taking it to the next lever with the Kitsap Resiliency Project Guidelines.
- Bring 10: Bring 10 people into the project
- Become a Trainer