In the third session of our series on intersectionality and finding common ground, participants will be able to unpack the political implications of why diversity and inclusion have become such charged issues, and discuss what we as educators can do about continuing to create socially-safe spaces for youth. Participants in the session will explore how to […]
This session will provide various models based on various Native American cultures and additional resources to help participants understand how single, focused areas of human and related services can expand to a greater understanding of the inter-relationship of multiple health and social issues impacting youth, their families, and communities.
Presented by: Bret Ratner is the Vice President of Grants at Good Shepherd Services (GSS), a large NYC-based nonprofit that serves more than 28,000 children and families annually through over 90 programs. In this role, he supervises a team of six Grants Managers and Grant Writers that are responsible for securing funding from NYC, NY State, and […]
In the fourth session of our series on intersectionality, participants will discuss the differences between awareness, allyship, advocacy and activism. We will explore why it is important to have critical conversations about racism, misogyny, homophobia and xenophobia with our colleagues and students. Participants will also explore how to respond to fear and resistance, and why […]
NYS SAC Credential - Part 1 (Cohort B) will start in March Registration is Now Open* NYS SAC Credential Part 1* - (Spring 2023-Cohort B) Dates: March 6, 2023 - June 12, 2023 Time: Monday Evenings, 6:30pm - 9:30 pm Instructor: Alicia Salamone-Powers Cost: $1,250 per semester. Individuals must take both semesters (Part 1 and Part 2) *Classes (Parts 1 and […]
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