The Touchstones Discussion Project develops and provides discussion-based educational programs for all people. In order for every person in a community–no matter the size–to be heard, he or she must feel confident in the formulation and articulation of ideas. As technology drives an increasingly interconnected world, all citizens must be able to work collaboratively with others, regardless of their educational or social backgrounds. Understanding one’s strengths and challenges is fundamental for self- and mutual respect, which is a cornerstone for building healthy and inclusive communities.
Touchstones Community Programs include work with the incarcerated, senior citizens and adult learners in continuing education programs, adult work-force readiness, and civic engagement.
Executive Leadership Programs