#484 In-person: Community Feedback Session
As we emerge from 2 years of a pandemic that upended the world, Chi Hack Night will host a Community Feedback Session to reflect on what happened and what the Chi Hack Night Community should do next.
Please join us for a facilitated group discussion to share what’s important to us now, and come up with ideas for taking action.
We will split into groups and discuss the following prompts:
- How are you feeling about the state of Chicago, America and the World right now? Where can Chi Hack Night and the broader civic tech community play a role in making it better?
- How are you feeling about Chi Hack Night right now? What are we as an organization doing well? How can we improve?
- How would you like to see Chi Hack Night balance in-person and remote programming in the next few months?
- What speakers would you like to see at Chi Hack Night? What organizations do you think the Chi Hack Night community could benefit hearing from?
After about 40 minutes, we’ll come back together and share out our highlights. The Chi Hack Night Board will incorporate this feedback into our plans for 2022.
This event will be in person, but you can also participate via Zoom. Doors open at 6pm. Announcements will start around 6:20pm CST.
In-person: TeamWorking, 20 N Upper Wacker Drive, 12th Floor, Chicago IL. Enter the Civic Opera Building using the entrance in the middle of the block between Washington and Madison streets. Take the elevators to the 12th floor.
For more information on our return to in-person events, please see our return to in person blog post.
RSVP In-person attendees are strongly encouraged to RSVP beforehand. As occupancy limits permit, walk-ins will be allowed to enter.
Vaccination required In order to keep attendees safe, we will be requiring proof of vaccination at the door. A physical vaccine cards or picture of one will be accepted. If you are not vaccinated, you can tune in to the livestream.
Masks required Attendees will be required to wear a mask. We will provide additional masks if you forget yours.
Snacks and drinks provided Serving communal food in a pandemic is still a bit risky. We will be providing some light snacks and drinks, so you may want to grab some dinner ahead of time.
ASL This event will not have an American Sign Language interpreter.
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