April 21, 2017; 10am – noon
Are you engaging youth in the critical life skills of planning and reflection? Are you ready to be more intentional about including planning and reflection strategies into your daily routine and activities but not sure where to start? This interactive workshop will introduce participants to powerful and easy to use methods that promote youth engagement in planning, implementing, and evaluating activities and projects.
Register for Workshop 10 here.
Collective for Youth is offering a three-day Summer Institute program this summer at the UNO Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center. This 3 day training will help out of school time professionals in “Building You,” “Building Culture,” and “Building Your Program.” The training will be facilitated by Gwyn Williams, Program Director at Collective for Youth and LaRon Henderson, Program Quality Director at Collective for Youth.
Download the Summer Leadership Institute pdf here.
Date: June 28, 29, 30
Time: 9 AM — 4PM
Location: UNO Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center
Cost: $75 per attendee (this fee will cover lunch and training materials)
Collective for Youth in partnership with the David P. Weikart Center for Youth Program Quality will be hosting a Youth Work Methods Train-the-Trainer event from July 20-22 at the University of Nebraska Omaha. This training will prepare participants to lead a series of ten interactive and hands-on workshops that are aligned to the Program Quality Assessment (PQA) and that provide participants with practical skills that are geared to improve the quality of interactions with youth. If you would like more information or are interested in attending this training opportunity please contact Jennifer Harris, Weikart Center Training Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: July 20 – 22
Time: 8:30AM – 5:30PM
Location: UNO Milo Bail Student Center
Presented by Gwyn Williams and LaRon Henderson, these interactive and hands-on courses provide participants with practical skills that are geared to improve the quality of interactions with youth.
This series of trainings are designed to empower direct-staff or anyone interested in working with youth with tools that will increase the quality of their work with youth. Anyone in the community is welcome to sign up. All workshops are FREE, but registration is required.
UNL Expanded Learning Opportunities website is a resource through Nebraska 4-H Youth Development which provides youth serving organizations professional development experiences through various research-based webinars and publications.