Skill-Building: When It’s Time to Increase The Rigor
Date: Thursday, February 25, 2016
Time: 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Location: African American Art & Culture Complex– 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco
Young people vote with their feet. If you are struggling with attendance or seeing an increase in behavior disruptions amongst youth, it may be time to increase the level of challenge. This session will explore engagement, interaction, and skill building to provoke youth interests and build the foundation for leadership and community involvement. Participants will explore a facilitation methodology to continuously challenge youth to push creative limits, build their sense of mastery, and hold their interest over time.
This Training is Ideal For:
- Coordinators or Directors who oversee afterschool staff
- Program leaders supervising youth
- Program leaders or line staff who work directly with youth
- Program leaders supporting youth in high-risk contexts
Participants Will Receive the Following Curriculum:
- Your Choice of Two Enrichments with Intentions
- All handouts and materials covered in the training
- Coffee, Tea and Hot Lunch
- Opportunity to network with colleagues in the field
Presented by Be the Change Consulting
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