CSG: Foundational Civics Class, Sept. 14, 2020 – Online

The Center for Self Governance is holding an online Foundational Civics class on Sunday, Sept. 14th, 2020 from 6 pm -10 pm.

Foundational Civics

Theory of Human Government
In the first half of class, the student compares and contrasts the theoretical concepts of power, government, and control. The student will learn different systems of government based on those concepts. The control concepts of Self Governance and Centralized Governance introduces the student to the experimental role of the governed within the U.S. mixed republican system of government.

Structure of Human Government
In the second half of class, the student is introduced to the design elements of the U.S. mixed republican form of government. They will learn the logic behind and current structure of separation of governments (i.e. Federal v. State), the separation of powers (i.e. executive v. legislative), and the separation of controls (i.e. Sheriff v. Coroner). They will explore the inter-relationship between a selection of elected, appointed, and employed governors and influencing (controlling) those governors. The student completes all training exercises before entering the Applied Civics program. This level and associated exercises establish the student’s basis of authority from which they will put self-governance into practice in the remaining training levels.

This is an interactive class and we look forward to hearing from you. You must attend the full 4-5 hours to complete the course, as well as associated training exercises, to graduate Foundational Civics.  Training cannot be taken out of sequence. Students will need to complete all training exercises (#1-#7) prior to scheduling the Level 3.

Class link.

CSG: Foundational Civics Class, Aug. 30, 2020 – Yakima

The Center for Self Governance is holding a Foundational Civics class on Sunday, August 30th, 2020 from 3 pm -7 pm at the Yakima Christian Center in Yakima, WA.

Foundational Civics

Theory of Human Government
In the first half of class, the student compares and contrasts the theoretical concepts of power, government, and control. The student will learn different systems of government based on those concepts. The control concepts of Self Governance and Centralized Governance introduces the student to the experimental role of the governed within the U.S. mixed republican system of government.

Structure of Human Government
In the second half of class, the student is introduced to the design elements of the U.S. mixed republican form of government. They will learn the logic behind and current structure of separation of governments (i.e. Federal v. State), the separation of powers (i.e. executive v. legislative), and the separation of controls (i.e. Sheriff v. Coroner). They will explore the inter-relationship between a selection of elected, appointed, and employed governors and influencing (controlling) those governors. The student completes all training exercises before entering the Applied Civics program. This level and associated exercises establish the student’s basis of authority from which they will put self-governance into practice in the remaining training levels.

This is an interactive class and we look forward to hearing from you. You must attend the full 4-5 hours to complete the course, as well as associated training exercises, to graduate Foundational Civics.  Training cannot be taken out of sequence. Students will need to complete all training exercises (#1-#7) prior to scheduling the Level 3.

Class link.

Mark Herr of CSG to Speak at Feb. 8th, 2018 General Member Assembly

Mark Herr, CSGMark Herr of the Center for Self Governance will be speaking at the next Lower Valley General Member Assembly on Thursday, February 8th, 2018, 7:15pm at Caffe’ Villa in Prosser. The Center for Self Governance is a non-profit, non-partisan educational organization dedicated to advancing a stable civil society, balanced human government, and a well educated populace.

Mark Herr Sr. is a U.S. Air Force retiree, president and co-founder of the nonprofit educational institution the Center for Self Governance (CSG). Since 2012, Mark has been traveling across the country training citizens to inform discretion, instruct delegated authority, and control instituted government.
Led by the vision of the Founding Fathers, Mark works tirelessly to further the Center for Self Governance’s mission to institutionalize self-governance across the United States. Under his leadership, CSG has trained over 2000 students across 18 states to date. CSG graduates have had Legislative and Election cycle successes at the School, City, County, State and Federal levels of government.