MCADSV Training Center
Lunch and snacks will be provided.
A $5 contribution is requested for lunch.
This training will give participants an opportunity to explore the ways power impacts their work with youth survivors and identify strategies for engagement.
By the end of the training, participants will:
· Understand the role power plays in working with young people.
· Reflect on participant facilitation and practices with youth.
· Consider strategies organizations can employ to engage young people using technology.
· Practice social listening as a strategy for developing engaging youth-centered content.
· Explore opportunities for healing-centered engagement.
Domestic and/or sexual violence advocates, child abuse advocates, prosecutor-based advocates and other allied professionals working with individuals who have experienced victimization.
Baonam Giang, Community Initiatives Manager, Break the Cycle
Registration Dates: July 30 to August 7
(registration will be limited to 40 participants)
This training is free for for CASA Volunteers through the VOCA grant. You may register online at www.mocadsv.org.
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