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DSC01696Offer your own One City One Prompt event, and receive mentorship in organizing, marketing, and facilitating a workshop, discussion, presentation, party, or other event. Here’s how in three easy steps:

Step One: Get the Scoop — We have a OCOP guidebook with information on how to design and organize your event, logistics planning, outreach, effective facilitation, consent forms, and even templates for flyers and other marketing materials. Click here to download the 2015 One City One Prompt Guidebook (.docx).

Step Two: Get in Touch — You can email or talk on the phone with Jacinta White, who has been successfully organizing multiple OCOP events and is happy to share advice and inspiration with you. Write Jacinta at to chat via email or set up a phone meeting.

Step Three: Send Us Your Event Information — Please email the following information:

  • the name of your event,
  • location (including full address),
  • contact email and phone number,
  • short description (a paragraph will do) about your event,
  • bio of you (a paragraph is fine),
  • and a jpeg photo of you.

We will then set up a OCOP webpage for your event, which you can send around (share on facebook, tweet, email out to people) to help get out the word. Please also send us your snail-mail address so that we can send you materials to distribute at your event about the TLA Network.

Step Four: Send Us Your Event Creations — We’re happy to post writing, video, audio, and photos from your event. Just send them all to so that we can share your participant’s creations on the website. Feel free to also write about, or have a participant write about, what happened at your event. Share this website with your participants so that they can see their creations and interact with other OCOP participants around the country.