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Attend this LIVE, ONLINE TRAINING presented by our expert, who will be using all the interactive training tools used in the classroom and more. You’ll be able to ask questions, respond to polls, and collaborate with others. Don’t let anything interrupt your training needs. Join us online and experience a different way of learning! Please click here for Virtual Training FAQs.
If you work with American Indian youth in any capacity — as a youth program worker or coordinator, after-school program provider, social worker, educator, or law enforcement officer — you face many obstacles in your efforts to guide Indian Country youth along the right path. This class will provide you with the information that you need to care for and lead future generations. We’ll discuss the types of challenges that all children face in the world today while concentrating on the key aspects involved in working with at-risk youth, addressing bullying issues, and building self confidence in youth in Native communities.
Our expert will provide you with the tools that you need to develop youth programs that will help youth build positive self-esteem and positive cultural identity. You’ll learn how to effectively counsel youth, develop a community strategy for getting and keeping kids out of gangs, and motivate youth to stay away from drugs and alcohol. Take this informative class and improve the lives of your community’s young people!
Topics regarding COVID will also be discussed (e.g., alternative methods to reaching youth during a pandemic).
RECOMMENDED RESOURCE: We recommend you read/purchase Reclaiming Youth at Risk: Futures of Promise, Third Edition, by Larry K. Brendtro, Martin Brokenleg and Steve Van Bockern.
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