Sign up for these upcoming webinars by NCFL

Spring is a time for new growth. This spring, you are invited to grow your skill set by attending the following webinars provided by the National Center for Families Learning and our partners. Check out our upcoming lineup and be sure to register!

Creating Space for Advocacy Conversations |March 8, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT

Advocacy is a key component to family and parent leadership. It’s important to create a space that is conducive to allowing families to identify those pressing issues that most impact their communities. 

Many times, creating this space begins with conversations around race and equity and allowing families to speak openly about how they view the injustices in their communities. If parents have the freedom and space to share their experiences with injustice, they can begin acting towards advocacy efforts. 

This session will cover trust and community-building exercises and frameworks for conversations about race and equity as tools for advocacy efforts.

Presenter: Rosa Guzman-Snyder, Director of Community Development, National Center for Families Learning

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Developmental Relationships Framework |April 12, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT

Relationships are too important to leave to chance. Search Institute’s research suggests that when young people experience relationships with adults that are characterized by five essential elements, their attitudes, behaviors, and outcomes are better, and their risk behaviors are lower. Educators, youth workers, parents, and other adults can use Search Institute’s new Developmental Relationships Framework to transform the connections they build

with and among young people. During this webinar we will share some of the lessons that Search Institute is

learning about creating youth-serving organizations where developmental relationships thrive.

Presenters: Fatima Muhammad, Director of Youth & Family Solutions, and Gene Roehlkepartain, Vice President of Research and Development, Search Institute

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Camp Wonderopolis: Explore the Wonderverse |May 10, 2019, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EDT

Find out how Camp Wonderopolis can be an engaging digital tool for your programming anytime of the year. Our free website and app help bring families together with curious questions, interesting articles, and hands-on learning activities. This webinar will show you how to make the most of the features of the site and our free app.

Presenter: John MacLeod, Community Manager, Wonderopolis, National Center for Families Learning

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