dynamic training for your team
As a member organization, your team will receive unlimited access to 540 community classes. This means over 50 trainings a year rooted in social justice and
antiracism, ranging in topic from how to respond to microaggressions and the history
of gentrification, to exploring implicit bias and more.
Upon enrollment, your organization will receive a welcome kit which will include
exclusive company-wide access codes to our classes and team-centered resource lists
for future learning & discussion.
Designed and facilitated for organizations that have already begun their journey in antiracism and social justice.
Your organization has had prior conversations, meetings, or policy in place regarding equity and inclusion. Workshop themes include but are not limited to antiracism practice, implicit bias, and creating a positive workplace climate for diversity and inclusion.
We offer long term customized contracts for organizations that have made antiracism and social justice work a priority. We offer leadership coaching, board and leadership development, strategic planning, and other DEAI services at workplaces that have a commitment to antiracism and equity work at the institutional level.
Thank you 540WMain for designing the training to be inclusive, comfortable, and valuable for collaborative learning and personal growth. The training was filled with passion, positivity, and led with the mission in mind. We highly recommend 540WMain!
Locals Only Restaurant Group
"We are grateful to 540WMain for providing an open, honest, and judgement-free atmosphere on our path of exploration to identify how to build the core values of diversity, equity, and inclusion into all our operations, as well as model those values as we advance our mission in support of BIPOC families with autism in our local community...We urge fellow nonprofits to take part in this work with 540WMain.”
Golisano Autism Center
"540WMain held a workshop with us which served not just to educate and sensitize our Board, but to inspire us to set short-term and long-term goals for the organization. Their team came to understand the needs of our organization and membership, and focused suggestions and guidance on both our unique and not-so-unique needs. Then they facilitated our work in setting the goals and developing a plan. Members of the Board expressed great appreciation for all aspects of this work".
Monroe County Board Association