April 25, 2017 - Faribault
April 26, 2017 - Minneapolis
April 26, 2017 - Moorhead
Foundational research-based face-to-face learning. The following trainings are available via contract. Contact us for more information.
Explore cultural identities and examine how they affect interactions with youth. Culturally responsive practice creates a sense of belonging and empowerment in young people.
Youth workers face challenging situations they are required to address in their daily work with young people. Dig into the sticky challenges and issues of youth work and examine various ways to respond to real-life problems in your program.
Learn about effective program design and discuss ideas and options for how and why we develop program structure. A program design audit and redesign plan is included.
Provides professional development strategies for youth work practice by exploring management and leadership in your program.
This advanced workshop is designed for program leaders ready to develop a deeper understanding of how their existing program offerings align to social and emotional skill building.
Develop practical strategies to introduce social and emotional learning opportunities and growth into your program.
A program model and curriculum designed to show young people that they are participants in a global society and to prepare them to thrive in culturally diverse settings.
Explores a research structure, Rings of Engagement, which outlines four types of youth engagement and youth-adult partnerships.
Create resources and learn skills to help you work with young people. The content comes from a combination of real youth work experience and research-based material.