May 17, 9 a.m. - noon, St. Paul
Foundational research-based face-to-face learning. The following trainings are available via contract. Contact us for more information.
Integrates the principles of positive youth development and an understanding of the development of an intercultural mindset and skill set in creating a culturally responsive practice.
Explores research on the dilemmas of youth work. Participants examine, discuss, and respond to these situations, and develop youth-centered strategies for addressing dilemmas in their own work that better meet the developmental needs of youth.
Examines how effective program design and content can be matched with positive youth development principles and program outcomes.
Explores the key issues in supervision and leadership of youth work organizations including leadership vs. management, strengths based leadership and core competencies for youth workers and youth work supervisors.
Develop practical strategies to infuse social and emotional learning opportunities and growth into existing program content.
Explores a research framework, Rings of Engagement, which outlines four types of youth engagement and youth-adult partnerships.
Explores the foundational research and theories of positive youth development and applies course content to participants’ work with youth.
Training by our faculty through other professional development organizations. Contact Deborah Moore for more information.
Youth Work Learning Lab Visiting Scholars Series: Syrian Refugees -Lessons from the Field
March 31, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., St. Paul Campus at the University of Minnesota
Get All Their Senses Engaged - Active Learning with Youth
April 15, 10 a.m. - noon, St. Paul Campus at the University of Minnesota
Let it Go: Letting Youth Lead in Your Daily Programming
April 29, 10 a.m. - noon, St. Paul Campus at the University of Minnesota