Open to the Community - Register Today!


November, 9 - 10 & 16 -17

Instructed by

Mike Miller,
Community Organizer   


"Mike Miller has be-
become known as
one of the most
experienced organ-
izers in the nation"

         - Howard Zinn

MIKE MILLER is the founder and Executive Director

of ORGANIZE Training and a widely respected

organizer. in a career spanning 50 years, he has

worked for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating 

Committee (SNCC), organizing legend Saul Alinsky, 

and has played a part in some of the most significant

community mobilizations of the late 20th century.

He has published numerous articles on organizing;

taught urban politics and organizing at Stanford,

University of California, San Francisco State, and

elsewhere; and is the author of the book, "A 

Community Organizer's Tale".

Join this unparalleled opportunity for the Milwaukee

to learn from one of the most experienced and

respected experts in the nation on approaches for

building people power.

Event Details & Contact Information

Open to the Community 

This workshop is open to the community, and is also offered as an accelerated 3 Credit Undergraduate or Graduate course.  The workshop will be held in room 110,  Enderis Hall, 2400 East Hartford Avenue, on the UW-Milwaukee campus. See the campus map here for directions.

Workshop Schedule and Resources

The course schedule includes 2 weekends (4 days): November 9 - 10 and 16 - 17 (Sat. and Sun. 10 am - 9:30 pm), plus prior reading and assignments for registered students.  For course content details, contact Dr. Aaron Schutz at

Exciting news for UWM students! 

For those of you who have taken Ed Pol 111, you may retake this course as Ed Pol 501 for credit.  If you are a doctoral student, you may be able to take this course as Ed Pol 711 with instructor consent.  

Register Now with Option to Pay on the first day of the Event!

Non-Credit Registration Options:

1)  For the Public to Register now and pay on the first day of the event, you may:
       a.  Enter your information now on the Registration Form, then pay when you check-in on the day of the event; or

       b.  Complete and return the  Registration Form , by U.S. mail or fax it to 414-229-3633

2) For UWM Faculty, Staff, Student, & Alumni to Register and pay online now complete online Event Registration

All may download and print the Registration Form now to complete and mail along with your check made payable to UW-Milwaukee, to:

                                 UWM SOE Outreach Office
                                 PO Box 413
                                 579 Enderis Hall

                                 Milwaukee, WI 53201

Credit:  To attend for credit for either of the following sections, fall enrollment now open online until Monday, Nov. 4, for new and continuing students:

Ed Pol 111-005  Class#43598     or     Ed Pol 501-002  Class #43601
(3 Undergraduate Credits)                 (3 Graduate Credits)

New students may follow step-by-step registration instructions in our Application Registration Guidelines, go to:

Continuing students may add this course through your PAWS account.
Note:  After Monday, Nov. 4, to add this course, please contact Molly Schreiber at

For general questions, call 414-229-5255 or email