Living Room Conversations don’t require any special skills or certifications to host yourself. However, we have a number of resources to support you in hosting and organizing your own conversations.
How to Host Your Own Living Room Conversation
Recommended for those looking to implement regular conversations in their communities or understand better what is involved in hosting. This training goes over the nuts and bolts of hosting and you’ll walk away with a game plan for your first conversation.
Held on the second Tuesday of the month at 9am PST/12pm EST – sign up here
How to Host a Conversation About Race
Recommended for those wanting to start conversations about race. Rather than go over “how to host” in general, the focus for this training involves our framework for approaching conversations about race. We will explore what gets in your way from having these conversations and how to stay engaged regardless.
Held on the second Wednesday of the month at 9am PST/12 pm EST – sign up here
Custom Host & Organizer Trainings
Recommended for those looking to build understanding within a specific organization, community, or corporation. This training includes a co-branded PDF packet with resources not available in our standard Host Toolkit. It also includes program design, support for implementation, and a hosted conversation on the topic of your choice. We can pull from content from the other training offerings, offer a combination of both, or focus on building conversation skills in general.
Each custom training is unique—please schedule a consultation for more information.
- Advertise your conversations on our Events Calendar
- Receive a digital badge or micro-credential for your resume or LinkedIn profile
- Connect to hosting opportunities and compensation for Living Room Conversations events, trainings, and partner projects
- Give your input on upcoming Living Room Conversations projects
- Become part of the larger, nationwide bridging movement
We also offer full and partial scholarships.
Hosting Living Room Conversations can be especially rewarding in faith communities, schools, libraries, online, and more.