October 3, 2019
- Strategies for Creating Inclusive Spaces for Non-Binary Employees
- LGBTQ Terminology and General Knowledge
- The Business Case for LGBTQ Inclusion in the Workplace
Tickets available at https://oneiowa.org/cbo-wcs-2019/.
Schools, mental health centers, prisons, and many other institutions benefiting the public are strengthened by students who’ve earned a major in counseling. Their roles as counselors, community service managers, and social workers provide immeasurable support to their neighbors and communities, and efforts made to foster their academic health in turn foster the health of our communities.
In light of this information, Counselor-License.com has developed open-use guides to all degree levels in counseling and licensure certification. Each guide is rich with information students need to know to succeed, covering core sections such as programs, specializations, job outlook, related organizations, and more. It’s our hope to get this vital information in the hands of students everywhere as quickly as is necessary for their best success. You can take a look at a few of our guides below:
Counseling Degree Series
These guides are available to students everywhere, but we need your help to reach them. You can help support our students by posting links to these guides on your website. URLs to our guides can be found in the links above, your link will make a big impact in our communities.
This five-day, 40-hour certificate program provides statewide, standardized academic training for victim service providers and allied professionals.
Monday, July 22–Friday, July 26
Apply at choose.creighton.edu/register/nevaa2019
Mike and Josie Harper Center
Ballroom A, B and C
602 N. 20th St.
Omaha, NE 68102
Includes breakfast, lunch, snacks and drinks.
OJJDP has released “Reentry Starts Here: A Guide for Youth in Long-Term Juvenile Corrections and Treatment Programs”
In the non-profit sector, the responsibility of leadership to protect the data of both their donors and the people and organizations they serve makes cybersecurity an urgent priority.
TEND Leaders is a 4-day intensive program for “leaders” being offered in November 2016 – I.e. Anyone working in a leadership/supervisory role in a high-stress, trauma exposed environment. The program provides leaders with the foundational skills required to build and support effective, healthy, successful and sustainable teams.
We have a max capacity of 20 for the course so it will be a truly exceptional learning experience for the small group that attend.
IT will be taught at Donald Gordon Centre in Kingston.