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Culturally Responsive Youth Work Matters

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This class examines the creation of inclusive youth programs. Participants will explore cultural identities and examine how they affect interactions with youth. Culturally responsive practice creates a sense of belonging and empowerment in young people.

How it works

Participants can expect to

Who should attend: Youth development direct service providers, volunteers, coordinators, supervisors, stakeholders, managers, directors, and whole organizations.


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People who have taken this course say:

"It helped to reinforce my understanding of dealing with cultural diversity and gave me new ways of looking at complex situations."

"You provided information that was directly relevant. I wish more staff from my program had been here."

"The presentation style was great! This has potential to change the world in a very positive way."

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